Chicago rapper Warhol.ss has shared his new EP Where's Warhol?. The seven track project is produced entirely by Staccato, with additional production coming from ArnoldIsDead on the Gucci Mane-referencing closing track "Bricks." Staccato recently produced Uno The Activist's Sorry For The Wait EP, released in August. Where's Warhol? also features collaborations with Rich The Kid and Jay Critch on "Froze."
"jus to remind y'all, where's warhol is an ep. not an album," Warhol.ss wrote on Twitter following the release. "i ain't even dropped my debut mixtape yet." His debut project is called Chest Pains and is expected to be released later this year. "Sorry for the wait. Chest Pains soon," he writes on SoundCloud.
In July, Warhol shared the 3200 EP, which collected a few of his recent SoundCloud single releases in a four track package. It features collaborations with Pi'erre Bourne and Uno The Activist.
Like many of his peers, Warhol.ss' music bears the influence of fellow Chicagoan Chief Keef, who he recently met up with, posting a picture to Twitter. He captioned the photo "u already know what time it is." Could a collaboration be in the works?
In addition to be being available on SoundCloud, Where's Warhol? has also been released across major streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. Check out the full tracklist with production credits below.
1. Pistons (Prod. by Staccato)
2. Chicago (Prod. by Staccato)
3. Decisions (Prod. by Staccato)
4. Froze Feat. Rich The Kid & Jay Critch (Prod. by Staccato)
5. Sad/Bad (Prod. by Staccato)
6. ShellShock (Prod. by Staccato)
7. Bricks (Prod. by Staccato & ArnoldIsDead)