On Wednesday (April 12), Haitian-American rapper Mach-Hommy released "Warning Shot," an Alchemist-produced record off his forthcoming full-length LP, 5 O' Clock Shadow. (Not to be confused with Jimi Tents' 5 O'Clock Shadow, the DJBooth Top Prospect's October 2015 album release.)
"Warning Shot" is the second collaboration between the New Jersey native and The Alchemist following "Brand Name," a January single release that was a part of the producer's limited 45 single series Craft Singles.
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In addition to releasing "Warning Shot," Mach-Hommy also announced (via SoundCloud) that, alongside Alchemist, his new album will feature production muscle from both Earl Sweatshirt—who is a huge fan of the Mach man—and Knxwledge.
In 2016, Hommy released HBO [Haitian Body Odor], an 18-track project produced mostly by August Fanon, but instead of making it available for wide digital purchase and stream, the former Griselda associate sold copies for $300 a pop through Instagram direct message. In March, at the behest of his inner circle, the rapper finally made HBOavailable for stream on SoundCloud.