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SINJIN HAWKE has been making liquid metal waves recently, strutting his production acumen in a series of collaborations with the likes of Just Blaze, MikeQ, LVis 1990 and Sicko Mobb. Kanye West has notably tapped Sinjin to coproduce ‘Wolves’ alongside Cashmere Cat and Mike Dean, where you can hear Hawke’s trademark upper register vocal manipulation give the song its acidic bite. And whether it’s remixes for ghetto house legends, wildly textured club machinations or spaceage grime/Memphis amalgams, Sinjin’s orchestral arrangements feel as monolithic as thousand year old statues carved out of granite cliffs.