Theophilus London has been grinding it out for years with his very particular brand of rap-based, vintage-inspired, electro-pop. That's a lot of genres and dashes, but it's hard to describe it any other way. The Brooklyn native's sound is a mash-up of styles and influences and it's never been more apparent than on his Warner Bros. debut Timez Are Weird These Days . The 11-track opus arrives in stores on July 19, but Complex got an early listen. Keep reading for our take on the LP before you check it out yourself.

In fact, pre-order the album while you're at it.

Written by Ernest Baker (@newbornrodeo)

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