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There's Suddenly A Black Hippy Album On Spotify

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The Black Hippy collective of TDE artists Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, and ScHoolboy Q have a few singles and a number of collaborations on each other's tracks.

Folks on Spotify have been led to believe the foursome is about to drop an album, but it may be too good to be true.

 

The tacks aren't available in the United States yet, and when they are it may not be Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, and ScHoolboy Q.

The album was released through D. Management, not TDE. The only D. Management with a Google presence is an Italian modeling agency.

Q  pushed back on the chance of a Black Hippy album a few years ago.

"No matter how much the fans want it to happen, the chances of us getting into the studio together and working on Black Hippy is slim. There's just too much going on," he explained. Those my homies, of course I want to do an album together," Q told Montreality. "It's just the time ... I'm with it, I want to do it. It's just the time."

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