Souls Of Mischief Let Off Their First There Is Now Look & Snoop Dogg’s Down (Audio)

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One of 2014’s more anticipated albums appears to be Souls Of Mischief’s There Is Only Now. Opio, Tajai, A-Plus, and Phesto spent last year celebrating 20 years of 93 ‘Til Infinity, with a tour, a box set, and a lot of much-deserved attention from the former Jive Records sensations.

While Heads knew that the Oakland quartet was in the lab with heralded throwback Soul producer Adrian Younge, nobody’s heard a bit of music—by design. That changed today, as the Hieroglyphics affiliates slipped the title cut into the space. What’s more, it features a fellow ’92-’93 alum, Snoop Dogg. Representing entirely different pockets of mainstream Hip-Hop, ’93’s indie-Rap champions and ’93’s reigning rookie of Rap ran in similar circles in the day. Both tied to producer Sir Jinx (Ice Cube, King T, Kool G Rap & DJ Polo), these lyricists (all five of them) may be dismissed as different, but 21 years later, show they aren’t at all.

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Does this whet your appetite for S.O.M.’s There Is Only Now? August 26 is the day…

Related: Souls of Mischief Are Releasing Their First New Album in More Than 5 Years (Artwork & Tracklist)