Lil Ugly Mane Releases New Track, “Grave Within A Grave”

Lil Ugly Mane performing.

Lil Ugly Mane performing.

Ever elusive and mysterious Raider Klan affiliate, Lil Ugly Mane, has released a new track, called “Grave Within A Grave”—His first since his retirement in 2013.

On October 30, a cryptic phone number surfaced on the Internet. If you were to call that phone number, you would be greeted by a warped, demonic laugh which gives way to a minute and a half of cuts from mainstream media broadcasts.

The content of the clips range from newscasts on the tragic Heaven’s Gate suicides and the Lorena Bobbitt case, to cuts from Brotha Lynch Hung‘s “Return of Da Baby Killa.

After you wait through about a minute and a half of mysterious audio clips, they will disappear.

After a few seconds of silence, the audio will resurface in the form of an automated menu. It will say:

“Press one for Suss Boy.”
“Press two for Gangsta Boo.”
“Press three for Lil Ugly Mane.”
“Press four for Shlohmo.”

Follow the menu accordingly. Each number will play a separate track. If you decide to click number three, for Lil Ugly Mane, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by “Grave Within A Grave,” a guitar-loopy, lo-fi trip through heaven and hell.  The song is from his upcoming project, “Oblivion Access,” which was scheduled to release last June. The project failed to surface on time and now the release date is unknown.

You can either listen to a recording of the phone call (sans minute and a half of audio excerpts) below, or you can listen to the song in it’s entirety via telephone number: 1-844-408-3173. The number seems to be toll-free, so I recommend experiencing the magic of this intricate music delivery service for yourself. If you’ve ever wondered what Spotify would be like in 1994, now’s your chance to find out.

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