Azad Right has been making moves this year, releasing plenty of new music and preparing his new album, For The Hopeful. The last we heard from the Los Angeles rapper was his summertime anthem, "Hello", but today he's got a brand new track for us.
The Teddy Becks-produced effort sticks with Right's nostalgic sample-based style. The track was released in celebration of Azad reaching 1500 followers on Soundcloud. It was apparently meant to be the intro for his upcoming album when it was in his early stages, and was recorded way back in 2012.
For The Hopeful is set for an October 21st release date.
So this project is for you
And all my brothers that I grew up with
You watched me ride for years
Tell 'em I ain't blow up quick