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Veteran in the game 2 Chainz continues to prove his longevity and ability to stay current and creative in hip-hop. Following up 2020’s ‘So Help Me God!,’ the Atlanta king is gearing up to release an album that he has officially deemed as an “antidepressant.”
Chainz linked with the L.A. Leakers Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk to discuss his newest project which holds over his reign as one of the top artists with the most collabs. ‘Dope Don’t Sell Itself’ arrives February 4th and it’s jam-packed with the hottest features with the likes of Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo, Roddy Ricch, 42 Dugg, and many more. While there have many a few reports out there that this may be Chainz’ last “trap album,” the “Outstanding” rapper explains that the project is a nod to those who inspire him as well as an acknowledgment to the new generation of artists who are carrying hip-hop.
Chainz recently came through the LIFTOFF and ripped up his freestyle over the classic Pharcyde track “Passin’ Me By” and as the emcee has stood the test of time in the game, Chainz offers up advice for artists working to find success in rap.
2 Chainz also goes on to detail his experience performing in the metaverse and much more.