Blockhead – The Aux (Album)


Blockhead‘s “The Aux” Album Download Leak MP3 ZIP Files

Blockhead's “The Aux” Album Download Leak MP3 ZIP Files

, the producer, and Backwoods Studio's signee, has announced that his “The Aux” will be released on November 17. This project will be his first since 2021 collaboration with , “Garbology.”

“The Aux” features playing matchmaker with some of his favorite artists, resulting in an indie hip-hop All-Star game of an .

The tracklist, put together by in collaboration with executive producer , weaves together artists from different eras and scenes with ease, resulting in an that is sure to dazzle listeners with its highlight reel dunks, allez-oops, and deep threes.

Tony Simon, born on October 8, 1976, is Blockhead's real name. Aside from his solo efforts released on the Ninja Tune label, he is a hip-hop record producer and DJ from Manhattan, New York, best known for producing tracks for . He was also a member of the group's Party Fun Action Committee and The Mighty Jones.


1. AAU Tournaments ft. Billy Woods & Navy Blue
2. The Cella Dwellas Knew ft. Quelle Chris
3. Mississippi ft.
4. Mastering How To Land ft. Koreatown Oddity &
5. Lighthouse ft. UGLYFRANK
6. Hater Porn ft. Casual & Breezly Brewin
7. Give Thanks ft.
8. Papi Seeds ft. Bruiser Wolf
10. Ponzu Sauce ft. Breezly Brewin & Aesop Rock
11. Sad Vampire ft. Brian Ennals
12. Gargamel ft. Defcee & ShrapKnel
13. Pink Lemonade ft. RXK Nephew
14. 1970's Post Apocalyptic Skin Flick ft. Fatboi Sharif & Creaturenomics
15. Now That's What I Call A Posse Cut Vol. 56. ft Bruiser Wolf, , billy woods & Despot


Simon grew up in Downtown Manhattan and is the son of the late Sidney Simon, a well-known sculptor in New York City, and Renee Adriance, a social worker. He has one brother and five half-siblings. Simon developed a love for hip-hop at a young age and was drawn to both the lyrical and musical aspects of the genre.

He started making music as a teenager with his friends in the Overground group. However, after meeting Aesop Rock at Boston University, where he was studying to become a rapper, Simon decided to focus on producing music instead. According to him, his stage name comes from the shape of his head, which he describes as “pretty close” to being square.