Houston rap staple Z-Ro has had a prolific output throughout his career, and releases another project today with Drinkin' & Drivin' which doesn't exactly follow his trend of naming albums after drugs but comes mighty close. The 13-tracks include one lone feature from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Krayzie Bone on "Since We Lost Y'all."

The album is available to stream via Spotify below and download courtesy of iTunes. Previous releases like "Women Men" and "My Money" are on there, though his recently released "No Justice No Peace" is not. Z and Mike Dean released that that track just last week following the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of police officers. "Every time I turn around, they shooting another brother down in these cold, cold streets/Shit, I can’t even go where I wanna go/’Cuz I might not even make it to the corner store/Maybe we all gon’ get shot I don’t even know no mo’" Z-Ro raps on the track.

Fans may not have to wait long for another project from Z-Ro as the rapper said back in May that he's working on an album with B.G. titled HouOrleans. "And what I do is every year and a half or so… Cause you know, a lot of people don’t keep up with Gizzle but he has a helluva a stint in the fed. [It’s] like 14 years. Right before he went, we was in the lab every day and night. In the streets, every day. We actually did an album," he said.

Listen to Drankin' & Drivin' below.

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