Sudanese-American rapper Abbas Hamad, better known as Bas, unreleased new song ‘Eyes On You’ with Galimatias off his forthcoming project “[BUMP] Pick Me Up” featuring Ari Lennox, Gunna, J. Cole, and Lil Tjay, reportedely leaked online.
The Dreamville season has just just begun. If you thought J. Cole’s label’s surprise D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape project at the end of last month was amazing, wait till you see what the artists have in store for you over the following few months.
Earlier today (April 12th), R&B queen Ari Lennox (who crushed her cameos on “Blackberry Sap” and “Coming Down”) stated that her highly awaited second album would be released this summer, eliciting a frenzy among fans. When asked about the undisclosed project, she hinted on Twitter, “It’s gifting summer.”
If you don’t think you can wait till the sunniest season to hear more from the Shea Butter Baby hitmaker, don’t worry – she’s only one of the artists appearing on Bas’ new 4-pack EP, which will be released on April 15th.
“Dropping off a summer pack to liven up the spirits,” the rapper tweeted on social media earlier today, advertising his new [BUMP] Pick Me Up project, which has some remarkable features.
While Lennox will perform on “The Others,” Bas will be joined by J. Cole and Lil Tjay on “The Jackie,” Gunna on “Admire Her,” and Galimatias on “Eyes On You.”
Fans were overjoyed to get the good news. “Bro, if there’s one thing Bas is good for, it’s the 4-packs,” remarked one user. “Aside from Cole, Bas is my favorite Dreamville artist,” said another.
Which Bas collab tune are you most eager to hear later this week? Let us know in the comments, and tune in on April 15th to hear [BUMP] Pick Me Up and other hot new releases.
More About Bas
Abbas Hamad, best known by his stage name Bas, is a French-born American rapper who grew up in Queens, New York. After the release of his second album, Quarter Water Raised Me, Vol. II, he signed with J. Cole’s Dreamville Records and Interscope Records.
Last Winter, his debut studio album, was released on April 29th, 2014, only two weeks after the release of his Two Weeks Notice mixtape. Bas was featured in Dreamville’s collaborative production, Revenge of the Dreamers II, over two years later. Bas announced the release of his second album, Too High To Riot, on March 4th, 2016, just before the release of the joint effort.
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