When the two were working on The Death of Adam together, Kanye said of the project that it was the best hip-hop album he'd heard since Late Registration. The best album since '05 might be a stretch, but not by much. 88-Keys, known before for his production work with Mos and Kweli (among others) put together a pretty ridiculous concept album, following the story of Adam and his losing battle against "the power of the punani", to borrow a phrase from 88 himself. "The Friend Zone", featuring rock band Shitake Monkey, is the latest single; an anthem for the dudes stuck in a pretty wack position. Director Yoram Benz went kinda Breakfast Clubbish on the video. Dopeness.