We have all waited lengthy sufficient, and now the time has lastly come for Black and White to return collectively as one. Women and gents, I current to you a collaborative musical effort between The White Stripes frontman Jack White, and actor-musicians Jack Black and Kyle Gass of Tenacious D! Just lately, all three rock ‘n’ roll legends teamed up for Tencious D’s new single, “Do not Blow It, Kage,” a brief however tasty jam produced by White and launched on his Third Man label.
Unleashed as a restricted version 45 final week for Document Retailer Day Black Friday, “Do not Blow It, Kage,” is now obtainable to stream on Tidal, Spotify, and different digital music platforms.
“Jack White invited us to social gathering, he wished us to kick out the jams,” Black sings to his guitar taking part in associate, Kyle Gass, warning him: “Don’t blow it Kage, simply play the perfect shit you’ve ever fuckin’ performed.” Earlier than lengthy, Black offers Gass the sign to tear into transient however ass-kicking acoustic solo. “That sucked, you didn’t fuckin’ social gathering… / Jack White is drinkin’ a Bacardi / You didn’t fuckin’ kick out the jams / You blew it, Kage, you performed the worst shit you’ve ever fuckin’ performed.” Towards the tip of the two-minute monitor, White makes a flattering visitor apperance whereas Gass continues to shred. Upon getting into the scene, White asks Black if he’d prefer to kind a brand new band. Naturally, Black enthusiastically accepts, however then pleads for Gass to not depart his facet. By the tip of the music, all three musicians could be heard shouting the refrain, thereby forming a triumphant trifecta of tenacious rockability.
Beforehand, Black posted a preview mini-documentary, dubbed “Jack Grey,” about Tenacious D’s go to to White’s Nashville studio and stated the recording in Third Man’s “blue room” happened “in file time—that was a extremely quick recording session.” (by way of Selection) You’ll be able to try Black’s “Jack Grey” documentary video beneath:
Now that we have given you your every day dose of “D,” it is time for us to rock on outta right here. Keep cool, people, and do not ever let anybody let you know that rockin’ the horns is not cool anymore.