Published yesterday on Soundcloud and offered as a download on the website of the group, Niggas on the Moon is presented as the first part of a double album Intitulethe Powers that B, which the second chapter is expected to be unveiled later this year. Surprise, BjÃ¶rk is present on the eight pieces. It is not known whether it was a true collaboration or if sulphur Californian rappers in Death Grips simply sampler Icelandic diva’s voice in their compositions. In 2012, however, the trio had officially remixed two songs by BjÃ¶rk, Sacrifice, and Thunderbolt, for a disk of the Biophilia Remix series. BjÃ¶rk reaffirmed so eight entrusted disks – in addition to Death Grips – These New Puritans, Hudson Mohawke, or El Guincho, his taste for Sonic experimentation. The remixes later collected in the compilation Bastards. In Niggas on the Moon, the voice of the singer is far from being the main argument of the eight titles, because it resonates off in very nervous musical mass to which Death Grips has accustomed us, dominated by the violent MC Stefan Burnett flow, several layers of sound collages and very chahutees rhythms. On his Facebook page, the singer commented this out yesterday: "I am proud to announce that found my voice on the new album of Death Grips! I love Death Grips and I am delighted to be their found object! I had the chance to hang out and share music with them, and see them evolve. "A message that no more says on the circumstances of this association unexpected but not surprising, since BjÃ¶rk is a regular on collaborations with other artists, regardless of their universe. Thirty-five year career, she has worked with directors Lars Von Trier, Michel Gondry, Chris Cunningham and Spike Jonze, Inez & Vinoodh and Jean-Baptiste Mondino photographers or designers Alexander McQueen, Jeremy Scott, like boys, and Viktor & Rolf. Musically, include invitations made to Thom Yorke of Radiohead and Catherine Deneuve on the album Selmasongs in 2000 – also soundtrack the film by Lars Von Trier at Cannes, Dancer in the Dark, in which Bjork plays the main role. the experimental group Matmos in 2001; Mike Patton of Faith No More and Robert Wyatt, Soft Machine for Medulla, in 2004; or even the producer hip-hop superstar Timbaland, Antony Hegarty and Malian artist Toumani DiabatÃ© in 2007. on Volta. . Related info can be read visiting http://cyberport2.hagamanlibraryeasthavenct.org.