Bas' New Album Release Date And Tracklist Unveiled

Bas’ New Album Release Date And Tracklist Unveiled

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Bas‘ new album release date and tracklist has recently been unveiled. And as a result of this. The Dreamville MC, has generated heightened anticipation.

Additionally, By disclosing the track list for Bas’ new album release date on December 15.

Which is titled. “We Only Talk About Real Shit When We’re Fucked Up”. The project also boasts of an impressive list of collaborators. Including…

J. Cole. A$AP Ferg. FKJ. Amaarae. AJ Tracey. Sha Sha  Blxckie. And Adekunle Gold.

The 17-track album. Features five singles that has already been released over the past year.

Namely. “Diamonds”. “Passport Bros”. “Ho Chi Minh”. “Khartoum”, and “179 Deli”.

Furthermore, Bas has a history of collaboration with J. Cole. With tracks such as…

“New York Times” (2013). “Tribe” (2018). And “l e t . g o . m y . h a n d” (2021) showcasing their synergy.

In a recent interview, Bas had expressed admiration for J. Cole’s unwavering commitment to his craft, stating…

“Cole makes me want to work harder”.

However, The Sudanese-American MC discussed how working with J. Cole on “Off-Season”. Provided him with insight into the latter’s exceptional work ethic and dedication.

While, reflecting on his own journey, Bas shared how music. Became a transformative force. During a challenging phase in his life.

Although, having received a MacBook from his brother DJ Moma. Bas also ventured into DJ-ing and eventually discovered the allure of music production using GarageBand.

More to this, Creative outlet not only became addictive. But it also instilled discipline. By providing him with a sense of purpose and direction.

Also, as fans eagerly await the release of “We Only Talk About Real Shit When We’re Fucked Up”.

Moreover, Bas’ journey from DJ-ing in New York. To collaborating with industry heavyweights like  J. Cole, truly underscores the transformative power of music in his life.

In conclusion, The album also promises to be a testament to Bas’ artistic evolution. Including the culmination of his dedication to the craft.