ShabZi Madallion just dropped off the prequel to his forthcoming For The People EP, a mixtape titled Things I Should Have Said Last Year (we'll call it TISHSLY from now) and it features a bunch of loose singles he's been dropping since last year. With features ranging from Jimmy Wiz to Erick Rush, ShabZi made sure listeners wouldn't skip any one of the sixteen tracks. The project opens with the Kount and James Gent-produced American Flow, making way for an array of unique sounds from ShabZi and his partners before closing with the title track.
Throughout the tape, ShabZi switches his style continuously but doesn't shy away from delivering ruthless and controversial raps to keep fellow rappers on their toes. We also get to hear freestyles like Outta Control and Zebras & Hunger which serve as examples of how lyrically skilled ShabZi really is. For The People will officially drop this Wednesday on the 21st, ShabZi has been working hard to promote the project and we have a really good feeling about it. But while we wait, go ahead and give TISHSLY a listen and get ready for some new heat coming soon.
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