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Queens native Bas quickly emerged in 2013 as Dreamville’s likely next solo star, thanks to his performances on songs like “Lit” and “Cousins,” both of which feature J. Cole, and a re-work of Calvin Harris‘s “Love Souvenir.” He would later expound on that potential in 2014 with a solid Interscope debut, Last Winter, which featured fan favorites like “Made Bail” and “Mook in New Mexico,” and anchored two years worth of touring and festival appearances, most recently, J. Cole’s international 2014 Forest Hills Drive tour.

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Despite the extended stay on the road, Bas managed to diligently work on a new album, Too High To Riot, which has finally arrived today, and you can stream it here. The album was teased by the J. Cole-featured “Night Job,” and a couple solid releases from over the weekend, “Matches” and “Clouds Never Get Old.” Outside of Cole, guys like Cozz and English electronic band The Hics make guest appearances on the album, and it features production from in-house Dreamville maestros like Ron Gilmore and Cedric Brown, in addition to The Hics, Cam O’bi and more.

 

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