Album Stream: DJ Mustard – ’10 Summers’

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After spending the better part of the year in the background of urban music’s biggest hits, DJ Mustard is ready to step into the spotlight with the release of 10 Summers. Featuring twelve previously unreleased tracks, the first proper album from YG‘s biggest collaborator proves DJ Khaled is not the only person in hip hop capable of producing star-studded hits.

10 Summers arrived on the Google Play store this morning as part of a special, short-term marketing deal with DJ Mustard. Users of the iTunes competitor are able to stream and download the album, for free, in advance of its originally scheduled August 26 release date. The piece encompasses 12 tracks featuring guest contributions from the likes of Rick Ross, Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous, Yo Gotti, and many more. You can stream the album, in full, below:

The guest features on 10 Summers are as follows:

1. Low Low Feat. Nipsey Hussle, TeeCee and RJ
2. Ghetto Tales Feat. Jay 305 and TeeCee
3. Throw Your Hood Up Feat. Dom Kennedy, Royce and RJ
4. No Reason Feat. YG, Jeezy, Nipsey Hussle, and RJ
5. Giuseppee Feat. 2 Chainz and Jeezy and Yo Gotti
6. Face Down Feat. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG and Boosie Badazz
7. Down On Me Feat. 2Chainz and Ty Dolla $ign
8. Can’t Tell Me Shit Feat. IamSu! and AKAFrank
9. Tinashe Checks In (Interlude)
10. 4 Digits Feat. Fabolous and Eric Bellinger
11. Ty Dolla $ign Checks In (Interlude)
12. Deep Feat. Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, TeeFlii

It’s no secret that DJ Khaled has long been considered the go-to producer for tracks featuring far too many emcees, but with 10 Summers DJ Mustard makes a strong argument for himself being the new kind of summer. Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

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