Four Days Before Departure The Dream of the Dreamer III unloads Dreamville "Costa Rica" and "LamboTruck", two new tracks that offer fans exactly what they've been waiting for.
The first drop is "Costa Rica", a group cut with JID, Bas, ski mask The Slump God, Smokepurp, Mez, Guapdad 4000, Reese LaFlare, Jace and Buddy. On the song that fell today (July 1) and preceded the Down Bath and Got Me, each artist pulls up with more than a few impressive bars to drop.
Reese LaFlare launches "Costa Rica" "with a harsh verse followed by a threatening 16 from Bas."
"Demons, they follow me deep in the dark, Niggas struggled to be a boss / We were not too Home, but we hear all the talk. , Beat them with hollows and clean them with salt. "Bas knocks on the banger produced by CuBeatz and PyrexTurnMeUp.
After Jace and King Mez put an end to their shots, JID draws a clever verse in which he describes a case in which one random girl famed him for another Rapper mixed up.
"Devilish red eyes, never been on a red eye, or shit, I'm tall, I forget / Shawty said I'm wild and brash, if I lick, score a dime or twenty, me I'm Dominique Wilkins and shit / really, I flew with an AP to Costa Rica. At the airport, this girl asks me, "Hey, are you Swae Lee?" [1
"I have too many skills, I'm flowing like water, so surprised that I did not grow gills / And I'm your dad, the way you were, Luke Skywalker, And I conquer and make it burn like Usher's Perm and kill confirmed / You look worried, respect is earned, uh, "raps the ski mask. 19659002] For his part, Purpp loses its own brand of free-wheeling flexes: "Many hackers in Costa Rica, have a passport in their pockets, and I flew with the stick, it's a missile / forty-five on me, shit like in a bag 'You do not talk to money, it's nonsense / Does your baby mom have drugs in the moshpit.'
Dreamville's second brand new banger "LamboTruck" is not as crowded as the first album. The song produced by Kal Banx includes Cozz, TDE's Reason, and Childish Major.
The two new songs reflect the collaborative spirit that J. Cole himself spoke about in the cover story of the spring issue of XXL Magazine.
"It's like a super-collaborative environment – inviting, inviting, I needed time to learn," said Cole at the time. "I just started learning this lesson about four years ago [with 2014] Forest Hills Drive Let me listen more Let me introduce people to this world Bas Bas was watching as he did worked on his first few albums. " inspiring for me because he is a super-collaborative artist. He is a Nigga who needs people – the producer, the musician, ideas. I have always been from one position, I do not need anyone. But it was just good for me. It got boring for me after a while, so it was really inspiring to watch Bas, and it enabled me to be a person who fosters that kind of environment for me and for others where It says, "You have an idea, Nigga Damn it, throw that shit out there. "
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