Ace Hood - Trials & Tribulations

Posted 3 years ago
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Panhandle State street mainstay Ace Hood has blessed our eardrums with his latest album-length collection of original material, the Trials and Tribulations LP. The artist's senior set, and his first project since moving from Def Jam to YMCMB, the project follows 2011's Blood, Sweat & Tears. The LP boasts 17 fresh cuts, including singles "Bugatti" and "We Outchea." The former's Booth-featured remix is included as a bonus track.

Anthony Hamilton, Chris Brown, Future, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill and Rick Ross are among the heavyweight guests to contribute to the project, which packs production from Cardiak, Mike Will Made It, Lee On The Beats, Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital, The Maven Boys, Young Chop and more.

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