Dreamville artist Bas releases his new album Too High to Riot which is the follow up 2014’s Last Winter. The project has 12 new tracks and includes fellow labelmates J. Cole and Cozz and London band The Hics. As far as production is concerned, Ron Gilmore, Sounwave, Cam O’bi, Cedric Brown, Ogee Handz and others, with recent singles like Night Job and Methylone featured on the body of work. Stream and download the Too High to Riot album.
Too High to Riot is Dreamville artist, Bas' sophomore album, released on March 4, 2016. The album features fellow label-mates Cozz and J. Cole as well as English electronic band The Hics. about just those sobering moments. I think we live in almost a fantasy world. You’re traveling the world, getting all this love from your fans, getting all this support from people, making money. You’re living this fantasy lifestyle, and then you can get snapped out of it in a phone call. You know, just get some bad news you weren’t around for--someone you care about passing away, someone going to jail, your girlfriend tripping.
Bas released his second album, Too High to Riot on March 4, 2016. The album also includes guest appearances from his labelmates J. Cole and Cozz, as well as the Hics. The album would debut at 49 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 10,965 copies in its first week. He also later released a music video for each song on the album. Bas went on tour titled after the album in June 2016 with Cozz and EarthGang. It included 26 cities in North America and 10 cities in Europe
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03. Bas, Cozz - Dopamine. 04. Bas - Housewives. 05. Bas - Miles And Miles.
Album · 2016 · 12 Songs. The beats are sober and woozy when the mood demands it but Methylone still constructs infectious euphoria from Bas’s inner conflicts. Too High To Riot Bas. Hip-Hop/Rap. Listen on Apple Music.
Dreamville artist Bas' sophomore project, Too High to Riot, does just that by sharing some of the drawbacks of being a rap star while delivering solid rhymes. Coming off his 2014 effort, Last Winter, in which Bas showcased his ability to pen catchy tracks ( Fiji Water in My Iron, Lit and "My Ni a Made Bail ) and remain lyrical, he looks to detail some of the misfortunes of being a rapper on his sophomore project. The 12-track album finds the self-proclaimed Fiend effortlessly touching on drug abuse, the death of family members and racial issues in America. Too High to Riot commences with the memorable title track.