Pivot Gang Announces Debut Album 'You Can't Sit With Us' With Release of "Bad Boys"

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In anticipation of Pivot Gang’s debut album You Can’t Sit With Us, the Chicago-based collective released their latest single “Bad Boys” featuring Smino. The bass-heavy track follows predecessors “Jason Statham, Pt. 2” and “Studio Ground Rules” which are all slated to appear in the LP.

Featuring contributions from Mick Jenkins, Jean Deaux, Kari Faux, Femdot, Sylvan LaCue and Benjamin Earl Turner, You Can’t Sit With Us will feature a total of 13-tracks. The album art shows core members Saba, Dinnerwithjohn, daedaePIVOT, Frsh Waters, Joseph Chilliams, MFnMelo and SqueakPIVOT looking dapper in  a wooden-polished room filled with books and portraits.

Stream Pivot Gang’s “Bad Boys” on Spotify and Apple Music below. You Can’t Sit With Us drops April 19.

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