If this does turn out to be Yasiin Bey's final album, he's going out blasting. Having teamed up with Ferrari Sheppard to form the group Dec 99th, the two have been dropping a steady stream of tracks over the last couple of months. Following their last release "HYMN," they follow up with the latest collab "Seaside Panic Room."

It might be time to prepare for the end times as Mos raps about securing a place to hold up during the chaos, over a piano-driven beat.

Mos is still stuck in South Africa because of legal issues that occurred in January when he attempted to leave the country on what authorities alleged was a fraudulent world passport. The legal issues haven't stopped his hustle as he has still been dropping new music and even recently performed in Cape Town.

As a duo, the two have also dropped the tracks "N.A.W." and "Local Time."

While Bey might be giving up rap, he has a acting gig waiting for him back in the States if he wants it. 50 Cent is working on a new series titled Tomorrow, Today for the Starz network and he wants Bey and actor Wood Harris to play the lead roles. “We gonna get him out of South Africa," Fif recently told TV Guide.

Tomorrow, Today is about a superhero from the South Side of Chicago who gets falsely imprisoned and then gains superpowers thanks to a doctor’s strange experiments. Wood Harris happens to be from Chicago.

Getting Bey back to the States will be easier said than done.

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