And just like that, the Flatbush Zombies' latest LP, Vacation in Hell, is here.

Checking in at a dense 19 tracks, Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Arc Elliott, deliver just about all the dexterous flows you could have expected, and probably a bit more. The new project includes production from the likes of Tyler Dopps and the Architect himself. It also features guest appearances from Joey Bada$$, Jadakiss, Bun B, Denzel Curry, Nyck Caution and more.

The Zombies' latest LP is a follow-up to their 2016 effort, 3001: A Laced Odyssey, and it was preceded by their new, Ellington Hammond-directed documentary, Building a Ladder. In the short film, the trio's career roots are retraced and we get some pretty vivid glimpses at the crew's collective past and their current.

You can cop Vacation in Hell on iTunes.

Flatbush Zombies' Vacation in Hell Tracklist

1. "HELL-O" (produced by Tyler Dopps)
2. "Chunky" (produced by Erick the Architect)
3. "Vacation" featuring Joey Bada$$ (produced by Erick the Architect and Tyler Dopps)
4. "M. Bison" (produced by Erick the Architect)
5. "Headstone" (produced by Erick the Architect)
6. "Big Shrimp" (produced by Kirk Knight)
7. "Leather Symphony" Featuring A$AP Twelvyy (produced by Erick the Architect)
8. "Reel Girls" featuring Bun B (produced by Erick the Architect)
9. "Facts" featuring Jadakiss (produced by Hector Delgado)
10. "Ask Courtney" (produced by Portugal. The Man)
11. "Crown" featuring Portugal The Man (produced by Erick the Architect)
12. "Proxies" (produced by Erick the Architect)
13. "U&I" Featuring Dia (produced by Erick the Architect)
14. "The Goddess" featuring Dave B (produced by Erick the Architect)
15. "Trapped" (produced by Erick the Architect and Anthony Flammia)
16. "Best American" (produced by Erick the Architect)
17. "Misunderstood" featuring Nyck Caution (prod. by Hector Delgado and Erick the Architect)
18. "YouAreMySunshine" (produced by Erick the Architect)
19. "The Glory" Featuring Denzel Curry (produced by Erick the Architect)

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