Prhyme Album Is Available To Stream Now

By Sermon

Beating the leaks by more than a few days, Prhyme have made their self-titled debut album available to listen to. Composed of Royce Da 5'9" and DJ Premier, if you didn't know, the duo got together for this album after trying to do a whole Slaughterhouse-and-Preemo album that never came to be. It's Royce's first album in more than two years since the Bad Meets Evil project with Eminem.

On Prhyme, we're graced with a mere nine tracks that total 34 minutes. The idea behind them collaborating is too good for such a short body of work, and Prhyme leaves the listener wanting more. Features come from Jay Electronica, Ab-Soul, Mac Miller, Common and more.

Listen to it now via NPR. Pre-order it on iTunes, it officially drops December 9th.

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