Alchemist & Oh No Bring Grand Theft Audio To Los Santos (Album Stream)

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Alchemist and Oh No infected many ears with their Gangrene work. Not a Gangrene project, Alan The Chemist and Oh No The Disrupt come together for Welcome To Los Santos. Releasing tomorrow (April 14), the Mass Appeal Records effort welcomes an array of genre (E-40, Ab-Soul, MC Eiht, Curren$y, Little Dragon, Vybz Kartel, Phantogram) as an “inspired by” ode to 2013’s GTA V: Welcome To Los Santos video game. Stirring the pot, the Beverly Hills-to-Oxnard tandem offers up the LP for full, free stream:

Whether loosely based or closer than Heads may realize, is this a new benchmark for video game and music’s tie-in? Will Game Heads suddenly be more inclined to dabble in Vodka & Ayahuasca?

 

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