ScHoolboy Q is back with his follow-up album to his 2013 major label debut Oxymoron. The TDE rapper dropped his Blank Face LP last night with much fanfare from social media.
— ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) July 8, 2016
@ScHoolBoyQ Congratulations man on another dope record. You are an all time fav for quite a lot of us
— Rihards (@FRihards) July 8, 2016
@ScHoolBoyQ shit just got real
— stasia (@lxovekills) July 8, 2016
The LP features 17 tracks, including the two singles “That Part” and “Groovy Tony.” Schoolboy Q also has a slew of features on this record as well. From Jadakiss to new TDE member Lance Skiiiwalker, the Blank Face LP has a star-studded cast of guest appearances that you would expect a high profile album to have.
Already from just a couple of listens, I can tell you that Q has made an album more relatable to his Habits And Contradictions album that released in 2012 than Oxymoron.
On Habits And Contradictions, ScHoolboy (in my opinion) had a more diverse range of beats (“Hands on the Wheel” & “Grooveline pt.1″) and soulful samples. On the Blank Face LP, ScHoolboy Q goes back to those roots and it pays off for him with a bunch of memorable spots on the record.
From the back and forth flows between ScHoolboy and, Long beach native, Vince Staples on “Ride Out” to the melodic nature of “By Any Means,” Blank Face LP is full of tracks that should stay in rotation all of summer 16 and beyond.
You can stream ScHoolboy Q’s Blank Face LP here.
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