Ibn Inglor - TheComp

Posted 3 years ago

This December, emcee Ibn Inglor will release his debut street album, Gawdspeed, for free download at DJBooth.net. To help all of his prospective fans "catch up," the Altgeld Gardens, Chicago native has released TheComp, a collection of records that have either previously been released or that didn’t make the cut for the album. Included on TheComp tape are previously-featured selections "Heads Down," "XXX," "Lordy Lord" and "Colors."

Joining Inglor on the 11-track project is fellow Booth buzzmaker G-Scott, as well as Jean Deaux, Joel Quentez and True Story. Original production comes courtesy of E.N.O.N Jacobs, G14, Kareem Virgo, PGMW and Sango.

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