Woop ’30 Months’ Mixtape: Listen to 17 New Songs
Woop makes a comeback in a major way with his first project as a free man since being released from jail in April. Over the weekend (Oct. 19), the Orlando, Fla. rhymer dropped his new mixtape, 30 Months.
On the new tape, Woop keeps to himself and solely relies on gritty trap beats from producers Big E Beatz, 94 Skrt, Farri, Billard, Revel, Count Justice, Dinuzzo, The Loopholes and more. The mixtape cover boasts his new look as he shows the old dreadlocks he cut off spread out on the table in front of him. The title alludes to the total amount of time he spent behind bars.
Earlier this year, the Woop Lingo rapper was released from jail after serving two years for throwing or shooting a "missile" at a building or vehicle in 2016. Eager to get his career back on track, Woop wasted no time in hitting the road for his I Still DGAF tour, which hit 10 cities throughout Florida including Rolling Loud Miami.
Speaking of the biggest hip-hop festival in America, DOPE Ent recently announced the lineup for Rolling Loud Los Angeles. Cardi B, Lil Wayne, Post Malone and Lil Uzi Vert will serve as headlines while other notable rappers like 21 Savage, Trippie Redd, Playboi Carti, Pusha-T, Kodak Black, Juice Wrld, Lil Yachty, Ski Mask The Slump God, Smokepurpp, Comethazine, Ty Dolla $ign, Tyga, Nipsey Hussle, Shoreline Mafia, Yung Pinch and more will be hitting the stage. Rolling Loud Los Angeles will go down from Dec. 14-15 at the Banc of California Stadium Grounds in downtown L.A.
Check out the tracklist for Woop's 30 Months mixtape and stream it via Apple Music below.
Woop's 30 Months Mixtape Tracklist
1. "Woop Home (Intro)"
2. "Dozen Gunz"
3. "Peek Out"
4. "30 Months"
6. "Same Hunger"
7. "San Diego"
9. "Prison Trap"
10. "Laser Beams"
11. "Backstreet Shawty"
12. "It's Personal"
13. "The Boogey Man"
14. "Long Live Mari"
15. "Feel Right"
17. "Enjoy My Couch"
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