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On the gritty, star-studded Blank Face LP, ScHoolboy Q is at his very best. Through 17 tracks of heavy-lidded gangsta rap, the incisive L.A. native joins forces with guests both legendary (E-40, Jadakiss, Tha Dogg Pound) and soon-to-be (Vince Staples, Anderson. Paak). “Robbin’ your kids too,” he says on “Groovy Tony / Eddie Kane,” a haunting double feature. “My heart a igloo.”

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Q

Album of the year off top.

Great

It was a great album, I'm just wishing he did a couple more songs by himself with no features. His last album was better to me.

TDE Running the Game

ScHoolboy Q with another TDE classic. This album is a must listen.

Biography

Born: October 26, 1986 in Wiesbaden, Germany

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mixing bud smokers' anthems with socially conscious numbers, rapper ScHoolboy Q spent three years in the mixtape underground before launching his career properly in 2011. The first mixtape, the autobiographical Schoolboy Turned Hustla, landed in 2008 and quickly caught the attention of Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment. Lamar would form the Black Hippy collective with ScHoolboy along with Jay Rock and Ab-Soul, and the Top Dawg label would sign the artist. His Gangster & Soul mixtape landed...
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