Sterling Hayes Drops ‘Antidepressant’ Mixtape

blame it on Shake May 3, 2016

It might of taken longer than expected, but Sterling Hayes has released his debut project, Antidepressant.

The Chicago emcee and Save money rep first appeared at the DopeHouse with the Joey Purp-assisted heat rock, “Father’s Son.” Since then, Hayes has been MIA for the most part—appearing on a loosie here and there—as he locked himself in the studio to bang out his first official mixtape.

Today, the long-awaited project has arrived. At 20 tracks, Hayes is joined by Joey Purp, Knox Fortune and Teddy Jackson—over production from Nate Fox, Peter Cottontale, Smoke Ono, Spanish Diego, and more.

Press play and dive into Antidepressant below.