J. Cole's Dreamville label has been firing on all cylinders as of late with the release of their compilation project Revenge of the Dreamers II, Cozz's Nothin Personal mixtape, and now Bas' Too High to Riot album.

The Queens rapper showcases his growth since the 2014 release of Last Winter, and his experiences over the last few years are highlighted throughout the project as he delves into his life as a bigger star and the perks and consequences that come with it. Bas strikes a nice balance between sobering tales and lighthearted moments, a move that longtime fans can appreciate from a rapper who has put in the work and earned his stripes since hitting the scene in 2010.

Guests on the project include J. Cole, Cozz, and the Hics, with production from Dreamville in-house producers Ron Gilmore and Cedric Brown. You can stream Bas' Too High to Right below on Spotify and purchase it on iTunes here. A few lucky fans can also pick up a signed physical copy of the album at Best Buy in NYC.

 
 

@fiendbassy hid a few signed copies at Best Buy in NYC! #TooHighToRiot is here!! #Dreamville

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