Esco has already dropped videos for fellow Kolorblind collabs "Chek," "Bring It Out," and my personal favorite "Code of Honor" featuring Schoolboy Q and Future:
Esco's album wastes no space, lacing basically every track with a supergroup vibe. Guap Tarantino, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Ty Dolla Sign are among the 11-track collection's additional features. Grab the whole thing on Apple Music, Tidal, or the preferred streaming provider of your choice.
During a recent Ebro in the Morning appearance, Esco spent 25 minutes breaking down every detail of his infamous 56-night jail stint in Dubai. "I only cried the first day and then I didn't cry again until I got on the plane and then we took off," he recalled. "When you come into jail you gotta pick which side you gone go on . . . I was one of the few people that could go on both sides. They were really interested in what's going on with me, because they don't really know what American looks like if you're not white, blond, blue eyes."