Kool A.D. dropped a 100-song album called O.K. last fall, and that's pretty much everything you need to know about Kool A.D. in one sentence. The Das Racist alum is spectacularly free-associative enough to pull something like that off, and nonchalant enough to just call it O.K.
Now, four months later, he's back with All Love, his first prolonged affair with Auto-tune. Reportedly made in four hours in L.A., the seven-song, 32-minute release features rhymes over Fetty Wap's "Again" ("Workin"), Future's "No Charge" and Desiigner's "Panda"/Kanye West's The Life of Pablo track "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 2" ("Truth & Consciousness").
Stream All Love below; it costs $85 on Bandcamp.
Here's what Kool A.D. emailed Fader about the project:
"It's a swaggy lil novela reflecting the ills and sad beauties of these crazy modern times we be living in. It's probably the most important and legendary music of 2016 thus far and a solid entry in the Immaculate KOOL A.D. Oeuvre."
Somewhere on your life's journey, go read Kool A.D.'s parenting column. It's probably some of the most important and legendary blog work of the 21st century.