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E-40 Is Dropping A Double Album 'The D-Boy Diary Books 1 & 2'

The grind doesn't stop for the Bay area legend.

E-40 is keeping it independent by dropping a 44-track double album next month (Nov 18. The double album is almost a lost art in hip-hop these days. The 48-year-old announced today (Oct 5) that each disc will contain 22 tracks and include an all-star lineup of features such as: G-Eazy, Nef the Pharaoh, Gucci Mane, Casey Veggies, AD, Joe Moses, Lil B and much more.

The two upcoming projects will be the Bay area native's 26th and 27th respectively. Check out the track list and cover art for each of The D-Boy Diary: Books 1 & 2 below.

  1. 1. Stack It To the Ceiling 2. Straight To the Point (feat. Ezale & G-Eazy)
    3. Savage (feat. Jazze Pha & B-Legit)
    4. Puttin' In Work
    5. Mr. Arm and Hammer (feat. Stresmatic)
    6. Hunedz (feat. Rick Rock)
    7. Fired Up (feat. Cousin' Fik)
    8. Bag On Me (feat. KD Stunts)
    9. Say So (feat. Istevie)
    10. Stay Away (feat. Eric Bellinger)
    11. Somebody (feat. Ricco Barrino)
    12. All Day (feat. Gucci Mane)
    13. The Grit Don't Quit (feat. Nef the Pharaoh)
    14. Fake Lit (feat. June Onna Beat)
    15. Goon Music (feat. Stressmatic)
    16. Gangsta Song (feat. Kent Jones)
    17. Blessed By the Game
    18. We Flip (feat. Cousin' Fik, Choose Up Cheese & Stresmatic)
    19. I Had It In a Drought (feat. Stresmatic)
    20. Check (feat. Willy Will)
    21. Made It Out (feat. Young Chu)
    22. Bring Back the Slideshow (feat. Mistah F.A.B. & Nef the Pharaoh)
    23. Money (feat. Mozzy & Jay Rock)
    24. This Goin' Up (feat. Husalah & Turf Talk)
    25. On One (feat. A.D.)
    26. Get Money Or Get Lost
    27. Highway (feat. B-Legit & Tresolid)
    28. Sick Out Here (feat. Droop-E)
    29. Thank U (feat. Willy Will)
    30. Military Time (feat. Salsalino & Baby Treeze)
    31. Uh Huh (feat. YV)
    32. 2 Seater (feat. Kid Ink)
    33. What Is It Gone Be (feat. D-Day & Tamoya Bell)
    34. How Do U Like That
    35. I Know a Guy
    36. All I Know (feat. K CAMP & Casey Veggies)
    37. Waitin' On a Play (feat. Nicamari)
    38. Tycoon
    39. Broke Bitches (feat. Joe Moses & Jay 305)
    40. Flash On These Bitches (feat. Lil' B)
    41. Too Many
    42. Paid Off (feat. Stresmatic)
    43. Slappin (feat. Nef the Pharaoh & D.R.A.M.)
    44. Petty (feat. Kamaiyah)

Make sure to cop the albums when they drop on November 15th.

Congrats to E-40!

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