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Baltimore rapper Tate Kobang just dropped his Since We’re Here mixtape, but he’s already focused on the future. In an interview with The Baltimore Sun, Kobang explained, “We’re about to work on this album. Swizz Beatz is executive producing the album. We’re looking to drop around September. Looking to do my own tour. I know I got a couple of tours coming up that we’re working on getting on and everything. We’re going to shoot everything for this mixtape. I’m going to be everywhere, man. People are going to get tired of seeing me.”

On how the Swizz collaboration came about in the first place, he said that it was an instant connection: “Swizz was like, ‘Man, I’ma let you know, I get a million artists come across me every day, and there ain’t nothing special about them. There’s something about you. You it! You got it!’ It is what it is. I was like, ‘Man, whatever it is, I’m glad I got it, because this is crazy.’ We gonna link up and we gonna make magic.”

Kobang also mentioned that he’s working with a few other rap vets like Nelly, Jadakiss, and Fabolous. Read the interview here.

Listen to Tate Kobang’s Since We’re Here in full here.

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