The West Coast rides again. Today (April 28), AD and Sorry JayNari finally let loose their new album, Last of the '80s, a collection of hard-hitting Cali anthems arriving just in time for the peak of spring and the heat of summer.

Powered by the O.T. Genasis-assisted "Basic" and their G-Perico collab, "#CripLivesMatter," Last of the '80s has 10 tracks, and also features guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Tory Lanez, Kid Ink and Eric Bellinger.

XXL premiered the video for "#CripLivesMatter" about a month ago, and at the time, AD said he hoped their new project would “take over the radio and the streets and the industry as a whole,” while Sorry JayNari said he wanted the new album to earn him and AD the respect they feel they deserve.

“The plans are to give me and AD the recognition we deserve, we’re very underrated,” he told XXL. “I hope to push this project out to everybody that’s not just in the West Coast. I want to move the sound and take it everywhere else.”

You can check out Last of the '80s for yourself below and cop it on iTunes now.

AD and Sorry Jaynari's Last of the ’80s Tracklist

1. "Story" (Intro)
2. "Out the Hood"
3. "Basic" (Feat. O.T. Genasis)
4. "Better" (Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Tory Lanez)
5. "40'S"
6. "Who Dat?" (Feat. Kool John)
7. "Leakin" (Feat. Wiz Khalifa)
8. "Say" (Feat. Kid Ink & Eric Bellinger)
9. "Old Ways"
10. "#CripLivesMatter" (Feat. G Perico)

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