Homeboy Sandman has just released the deluxe edition of his album, Anjelitu. The project, which dropped via Mello Music Group, reunites the rapper with producer Aesop Rock and features two bonus tracks and eight instrumentals. The Queens lyricist also solicited the help of visual artists to create artwork for each of the album's singles, including work from celebrated graffiti legend Al Diaz for “Lovin’ It."
Sandman, who is perpetually making music, also released There In Spirit, a quirky yet dense glimpse into the always-clever rapper's mind earlier this year. Last month, he also dropped a 20-track project, I Can't Sell These, which is just as the title suggests — full of tracks he couldn't legally sell because he doesn't own the rights to the music, this summer.
“I make art perpetually," he told Rock The Bells upon There In Spirit's release. “Part of staying nimble is not only finding new sounds to rap on, it’s not only finding new flows to rap through or finding new topics to rap about. It’s also about opening up more — it’s about finding more about me to put out there.”
His latest effort is available to stream now.