Lil B has an extensive discography that consists of dozens of mixtapes, albums, and compilation albums. Between 2010 and 2015, the rapper released atleast three projects a year before slowing down a bit. In 2018, he blessed fans with Platinum Flame and Options. Since then, he hasn't dropped a whole lot of music but now, he's compensated for his absence with a brand new 42-track project.
There's a lot that's gone on in the world in the past few months alone that seemed to spark creative inspiration for The Based God. The rapper's new project, 28 Wit A Ladder consists of 42 songs that reference some of the biggest headlines of the year. Lil B references the R. Kelly, Gayle King, as well as Serge Ibaka. He also pays homage to Nipsey Hussle on the second track, "RIP Nipsey."
Lil B also rides the "country-trap" wave on "Cowboy Riding Horses In Illinois."
Peep his new project below.