Underground rap fans may remember Brooklyn born, Washington D.C. based, Low Budget Crew rapper/producer/DJ Quartermaine as one-half of the duo Critically Acclaimed. But Q's latest release is a solo LP titled Quarter Life Crisis, which his homie and Hot 97 DJ Peter Rosenberg linked out to earlier tweeting, "Thank me later real hip hop heads."

Check out "Giving Up," which is produced by Joc Max and features a slick sample of James Brown's "King Heroin," and then cop Quarter Life Crisis on iTunes for only $3.99. Good money.

The album is also available on vinyl via Redefinition Records.

Listen: Quartermaine "Giving Up"

[via egotripland]