Stream Dumbfoundead's New Mixtape 'We Might Die'

The 10-track project features Too Short, Jay Park, Getter and more.

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[gallery columns="3"]Dumbfoundead has been dropping new music over the last few months, and today, the Koreatown rapper has dropped his full-length mixtape a day early. Titled We Might Die, the 10-song mixtape includes guest features from Too Short, Jay Park and more, as well as production from Getter, Brandun DeShay, Stereotypes and others.

Regarding the concept behind the project, Dumb says to Complex: ”We Might Die was a tape reflecting the mood I was in looking at the world through my phone. 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 mixtape below.

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