The game is on high alert after Top Dawg CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith said that the TDE roster would be dropping six albums in 2014.
"WE RAN 2013 WITH OUT DROPPING 1 ALBUM. I WONDER WUTS GONE HAPPEN IN 2014 WHEN I DROP 6.. THEY NOT READY 4 THIS #TDE #HiiiPoWeR TAKE OVER," he tweeted in December.
As Top Dawg enthusiasts wait patiently for new material from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, ScHooLboy Q, Isaiah Rashad and SZA, the Black Lipped Pastor decide to fuel the fire by revealing that he's already submitted some content for consideration.
I turned in 2 projects last year, yea I know what your thinking, let's see where this year takes me...
— ab-soul (@abdashsoul) January 3, 2014
Already in queue are Q's Oxymoron debut, set to drop Feb. 25, and Rashad's delayed Cilvia mixtape. Soul's double offering may account for a third of the promised supply and mark the follow-ups to his 2012 Control System LP.