Listen to L2B’s New LP The Artist



New Haven emcee L2B unveils his latest collective, The Artist LP, including all original production and zero features. Tune in below for his 12-track indelible experience.

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(New Haven, CT) L2B emerged mid-2009 with his first mixtape The Elm City Assassin (Hosted by DJ CapCom), which featured exclusive production from the Roc Nation producer Jahlil Beats.

In 2013, the New Haven, Connecticut-native had been working within the label “The Black Wallstreet”, headed by rapper The Game. L2B was spotlighted on the official mixtape release MONSTARS, and also featured on the highly-widespread mixtape, Blood is Thicker Than Water Pt. 12, hosted by DJ Haze & DJ Capcom. L2B then released his second project Makin’ Moves, which featured some of L2B’s most popular releases such as “Keep Goin”, Kush (Remix)”, “Memories (Remix)”, and “Bring it Back”.

Then, on July 25th, 2014, L2B teamed up with DJ Haze and released Hallucinations, which showcased a darker, more aggressive side. The mixtape featured the popular remix of the Imagine Dragons song “Monster,” as well as other conceptual, story-telling, songs such as “Super-Hero,” and “Dreamstuck.”

Currently, L2B is about to release his debut album The Artist LP, which is slated for release on Friday, January 27th, 2017. The first two singles, “Underrated” and “Beast,” have been featured on Shade 45, HipHopDX, ThisIs50, 2DopeBoyz, and more.

With his mainstream appeal, unique style, and lyrical wordplay, it is without a doubt that L2B is on the right path to becoming an unstoppable force within this music industry. You can follow @eL2Bee on Twitter and Instagram for more exclusive news and updates. Stay tuned, new music is on the way!


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