Bay Area’s own E-40 continues his Revenue Retrievin’ series with the release of two brand new albums, Revenue Retrievin’ Graveyard Shift and Revenue Retrievin’ Overtime Shift, for next month.
The two discs, which mark 40 Water’s 13th and 14th respective solo LPs, follow last year’s Revenue Retrievin’ Day Shift and Revenue Retrieving Night Shift. Co-produced by the West Coast rappers’ son, Droop-E, the albums will feature guest appearances from T-Pain, Bun B, Devin the Dude, Slim Thug, Tech N9ne, and other Bay artists in E-40’S conglomerate.
As previously reported, the Ambassador of the Bay already has a summer 2011 LP in the works as well with rapper Too Short titled, The History Channel.
Revenue Retrievin’ Graveyard Shift and Revenue Retrievin’ Overtime Shift is scheduled to hit shelves on March 29.—Natalie Adeeyo