GQ - Death Threats & Love Notes: The Prelude

Posted 3 years ago
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University of North Carolina baller-turned-emcee GQ has come together with The DJBooth to bring fans his latest street release, Death Threats & Love Notes: The Prelude.

The official prelude to the artist's as yet-unscheduled sophomore album via Jamla Records, the set features 16 tracks' worth of original material from the First in Flight State emcee. Included are reader-approved singles "The Town" and "I Know." Joining GQ on the guest tip throughout Death Threats & Love Notes: The Prelude are Carlitta Durand, Rapsody and Rocki Evans. Production comes courtesy of 9th Wonder, Amp, E. Jones, Eric G., Fatin, Ka$h, Khrysis and The Soul Council.


Death Threats & Love Notes: The Prelude is now available for free stream and direct purchase. Included in the exclusive DJBooth version of the project are five bonus instrumentals.

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