Stream Noname’s Debut Mixtape, ‘Telefone’

blame it on Patrick Glynn August 1, 2016

It’s safe to say most of the world was introduced to Noname — who recently dropped the “Gypsy” from her moniker — through Chance the Rapper’s Acid Rap mixtape with “Lost.”

But now, over three years after first learning of her boundless flows and skill, the Chicago rapper shares her debut mixtape, Telefone.

Since we first discovered Noname, she’s gone on to work with Mick Jenkins (“Samaritan“) Chance on multiple occasions (“Israel,” Coloring Book), Kirk Knight (“Dead Friends“), Jamila Woods (Heavn) and plenty more.

For her debut, 10-track project, she grabs helps from theMIND, Raury, Eryn Allen Kane, Saba and a slew of other artists as she makes her official full-length introduction to the rap world. “Freedom Interlude” and “All I Need” — both released within the last six months — wound up on the project, too.

Stream Telefone below, and head to Noname’s website to download the project.