First teased again in 2015 with the ninth Wonder produced observe “We Must Stand,” famed Hip Hop wordsmiths — and infamous Polo rockers — Sadat X of Brand Nubian and El Da Sensei of The Artifacts have lastly launched their joint LP, XL.

Sitting at 22 songs, the venture incorporates a small, extremely curated listing of friends together with Nutso, R.A. The Rugged Man, Sa-Roc, A.G. and Freddie Foxxx a.okay.a. Bumpy Knuckles.

Production is dealt with by J Rawls, DJ Spinna, Ment Plus, Internal Quest and extra.

“It took a minute to drop as a result of each of us are busy males,” Sadat X tells RealStreetRadio in regards to the album’s delay. “It took a second to get all of the producers credit collectively.”

El Da Sensei additional elaborates, noting, “All the completely different producers, a few arduous drive crashes right here and there, a promise of an album blended for the low by no means occurred and far more beats than what was needed [held us up].”

El additionally provides they wanted to safe a deal for the discharge. Settling on Germany-based indie imprint Vinyl Digital, the LP is obtainable for streaming now and a restricted run of 300 vinyl copies are on sale whereas provides final.

Check out Sadat X and El Da Sensei’s XL stream, cowl artwork and tracklist under.

Sadat X & El Da Sensei Release Collaborative Album "XL"

1. DJ Hush XLent Intro
2. Dotty X & the Sen
three. Breakthrough
four. XL
5. three Rounds to Spar f. Bumpy Knuckles
6. Hard Work
7. Building Character
eight. Power Moves
9. Sign In f. A.G.
10. War
11. Like It
12. three Kings & a Queen! f. R.A. The Rugged Man & Sa-Roc
13. On the Job
14. XL Interlude
15. Time to Get Live
16. Peterlude
17. Copy Dat
18. That’s Life f. Nutso
19. It Takes Two
20. Put Em Up!
21. On the Job (Remix)
22. Never Say Never (Bonus)

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