Though DJ Mustard has lent his production prowess to numerous Booth-featured joints—I won’t even try to list them—and even co-headlined one (YG‘s Left, Right), the Bay Area superproducer has yet to bring us a solo feature. Today, he finally steps into the spotlight with a fresh street single off his next album. On this whip-ready cut, Mustard’s bell loops and slow-rolling drums set the stage for verses by three of his most trusted Vatos. In addition to the rhymes of fellow West Coast repper YG, whose debut set, My Krazy Life, is slated to drop next Tuesday, the record features bullet-riddled guest 16s from Grand Hustle signee Que (featured yesterday with Jungle Fever) and veteran trapper Jeezy. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep your browsers locked; Ketchup 2 has yet to receive a drop date from the Roc Nation brass, but we’ll keep you supplied with singles and release details leading up to its eventual arrival.
Written by richard on 03/13/14
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