Dreamville Records continues to make big moves in 2018.
At midnight Tuesday, Queens rapper Bas released a new single called “Pinball II” featuring imprint affiliate Correy C. It serves as the sequel to Bas’ standout cut on the 2013 mixtape Quarter Water Raised Me Vol.2.
“They gon' shoot through niggas' like it's practice/I just make the money run some laps/Every times I pass go see the cash grow,” Bas raps in the opening verse. “We don't even act cordial we assholes/Bitches in my lasso, is that so? That's word to my last hoe, I'm that cold.”
The track features production by J. Cole, Ced Breeze, and ClickNPress. You can stream the song now on Apple Music or download it on iTunes. Bas has not confirmed the release of an upcoming album; however, this new single suggests the MC has something on deck. Bas’ last full-length project was his 2016 sophomore album, Too High to Riot, which included appearances by Cole, the Hics, and fellow Dreamville signee Cozz. The latter artist dropped off his second studio album Effected back in February, shortly before the label's duo EarthGang shared their eight-track Royalty EP.
EarthGang is now gearing up to unleash their third studio album Mirrorland, while Dreamville's J.I.D is prepping his DiCaprio II project.