Two-9 member Jace has dropped his solo debut Jace Tape as a free release. The 14 track project's arrival also provides as a little Two-9 synergy as he releases it today (Feb. 29).

Known mostly for his work in the aforementioned Atlanta collective and the duo Retro Sushi, the Jace Tape represents Jace's first chance to make an impression on his own. With that in mind, it is not surprising to see the rapper keep it light on the guest appearances. Robb Bank$, Childish Major, Jeremih and Gwenn Bunn represent the only features on the new album. Production is handled by the likes of FKi, Don Cannon, Ducko Mcfli and Syk Sense.

Jace recently spoke to Noisey about his decision to release a solo project and how everything is all good in the Two-9 camp.

"I guess it’s kind of weird from the outside looking in, but we’re not just like a music group, Jace explained. "We are, but we’re friends. We’re like brothers. We’re like best friends. I’m with some member of Two-9 in some form, shape, or fashion every day of my life. These are my day one, every day kind of friends. There never really is separation, whether musically or outside of the studio. We’re always together, we’re always working, whether I go a few days, a week or so not seeing one member. We’re always plotting on how we’re going to take over and do shit, and we all kind of came together and decided that it was time for me to contribute to the takeover, to our overall mission and plan of taking over the world. They’re all behind me, and they’re all supporting me on this one effort."

You can stream the entire Jace Tape below or download it at

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