Posted by , Dec 10, 2015 at 01:43am
Fans can now stream August Alsina's sophomore album, "This Thing Called Life," a day early.

Well here’s another unexpected treat. Out of nowhere, August Alsina decides to treat fans to an early listen of his sophomore album This Thing Called Life.

Set to officially drop tomorrow (12/11), the follow up to his debut album, Testimony, contains 15 tracks in total, and features guest appearances from  Lil WayneChris BrownJadakiss, and Anthony Hamilton. Led by the previously heard releases, “Dreamer,” “Song Cry,” & “Been Around The World,” fans can now stream the rest of the album for free thanks to August’s Youtube channel.

However, it looks like August wasn’t aware of the early stream or isn’t happy about it, as he voiced some frustrations at his label, Def Jam, via Twitter moments following the leak. “I didn't do this. My shitty ass label did it. They're just fucking Shitty! Smh”

Stream the entire album a day early (below), and be sure to show your support on iTunes.

Stream August Alsina's Sophomore Album "This Thing Called Life"

Fans can now stream August Alsina's sophomore album, "This Thing Called Life," a day early.


Well here’s another unexpected treat. Out of nowhere, August Alsina decides to treat fans to an early listen of his sophomore album This Thing Called Life.

Set to officially drop tomorrow (12/11), the follow up to his debut album, Testimony, contains 15 tracks in total, and features guest appearances from  Lil WayneChris BrownJadakiss, and Anthony Hamilton. Led by the previously heard releases, “Dreamer,” “Song Cry,” & “Been Around The World,” fans can now stream the rest of the album for free thanks to August’s Youtube channel.

However, it looks like August wasn’t aware of the early stream or isn’t happy about it, as he voiced some frustrations at his label, Def Jam, via Twitter moments following the leak. “I didn't do this. My shitty ass label did it. They're just fucking Shitty! Smh”

Stream the entire album a day early (below), and be sure to show your support on iTunes.

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