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Gorillaz Cartoon Drummer Russel on New Album: “What is Coming Will Come”

Gorillaz cartoon drummer Russel Hobbs was recently interviewed by Puss Puss Magazine, as the Fader points out. Russel talks about his favorite hip-hop artists—he names Biggie, MF Doom, and Earl Sweatshirt—as well as sneakers, his recent kidnapping by North Korea, and cats (his favorite is the Devon Rex). When asked about the new Gorillaz album and future plans for the band, he had only this to say: “You can expect whatever you like.
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