Jelani Lateef flows through ‘Cold Days And Dark Nights’


Following up 2015’s Cold Days And Dark Nights and parts 1 and 2 of My Soul To Keep, Chicago rapper/producer Jelani Lateef recently released a new mixtape—sharing its title with last year’s effort—through his own company, Manhood Ent.

Featuring 11 new tracks and three remixes, Cold Days And Dark Nights is a mostly self-produced tape with strong lyrics focusing on dreams, struggles in life and love, and important social matters. With solid production, thought-provoking wordplay, and plenty of old school influence on display, Lateef’s latest should be of interest to fans of anyone from Black Thought to Bun B.

You can listen through Cold Days And Dark Nights below, where you’ll also find Lateef’s recent video for the album’s intro track. You can download the mixtape for free over at Datpiff.

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