Dumbfoundead Thinks ‘We Might Die’ On New LP

blame it on Patrick Glynn November 10, 2016

Dumbfoundead has been one of the most consistent underground West Coast rappers over the last decade, releasing an album basically every year since he started his career in rap.

His latest effort — We Might Die — lasts 10 song, lead by “Safe” and “Harambe” (because you can’t have a rap album in 2016 not mentioning Harmabe, can you?). The Los Angeles rapper gets help from Nocando, Too $hort and others across the tracklist.

We Might Die was a tape reflecting the mood I was in looking at the world through my phone,” Dumbfoundead told Complex, who premiered the album. “The youth and older generation both feeling immortal while the world is crumbling down around us. I wanted to talk about living wild, death, and legacy on these tracks as I approach the end of my 20s. Sorry to be a downer but enjoy!”

Stream the album below, and cop it on iTunes.