Ab-Soul Reminds All That He’s A Lyrical Sharp-Shooter On A Bas Remix (Audio)

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Dreamville artist Bas made one of 2016’s strongest Hip-Hop works care of March’s Too High To Riot. A Top 50 charting LP, the Interscope Records-distributed project features mentor J. Cole, along with Cozz and The Hics. Individually, several of Fiend Bassy’s cuts have eclipsed the million-mark on streaming platforms. Even with a lower profile, the Queens, New Yorker is one of the genre’s most exciting sensations of the moment—with the numbers to prove it.

Second single “Housewives” now gets remixed by another artist attached to a high-profile movement in Rap. Ab-Soul extends the longstanding Dreamville/TDE working relationship. Soulo leads off with a precise flow and prolonged verse about his status, wack Rap peers, and why he’s not buying the rip-off attempts.

This is Soulo’s second appearance on digital wax in a week, following the Black Hippy-remix to ScHoolboy Q’s (another Interscope-backed artist) “THat Part (Remix).”

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#BonusBeat: The original late 2015 video to “Housewives”:

Bas and Ab-Soul sound strong together—as the first of possibly more to come collaborations.