With just a day's notice, Royce Da 5'9" releases his anticipated The Bar Exam 4 mixtape for his loyal fan base. The Slaughterhouse rap member is finally following up to his Layers album of last year with a brand new project that sees him reuniting with DJ Green Lantern, who hosts the tape.

While Lantern hosted second installment of The Bar Exam mixtape series back in 2008, it's been seven whole years since the lyrical MC dropped the third volume of the project series in 2010. The lengthy new project from the Detroit rapper contains a total of 28 new records, with features from the likes of Nick Grant, Elzhi, Westside Gunn, and Conway. There's even a song that sees a reunion between the members of Slaughterhouse titled "Chopping Block," which has fans of the rap supergroup more than ecstatic.

The release of The Bar Exam 4 is thrilling for Royce's fan base, as the rapper has been a bit quieter this year on the music front. He previously teamed up with Consequence on their collaboration song, "All Black Neighborhood," and also spit a mean freestyle for "Let's Take Them To War" back in January.

Fans are hoping to get even more new material from the rapper this year, but 28 new tracks on his latest release seems to be more than enough to tide them over in the meantime.

You can stream the new mixtape from Royce below, or you can head over to DatPiff to download it.

Royce 5'9" The Bar Exam 4 Tracklist

1. “Rap Genius Intro”
2. “C. Delores”
3. “Wake Up”
4. Who Dis?
5. “Pac Skit”
6. “No Radio”
7. “Combat”
8. “Gov Ball” Feat. Westside Gunn and Conway
9. “Nickle-9ne-Alooya”
10. “Chopping Block” Feat. Slaughter House
11. “Line in the Sand”
12. “Keys”
13. “Play My Music”
14. “Crack Baby Skit”
15. “Wait a Minute”
16. “Beats Keep Callin”
17. “Down These Roads”
18. “Let’s Take Them to War”
19. “Ice-T 2nd Ammendment Skit”
20. “Power”
21. “Stay Down”
22. “Most Wanted”
23. “Lawyers Skit”
24. “Another Layer”
25. “Wisdom”
26. “Magnolia”
27. “Still Waiting” Feat. Nick Grant, Elzhi (Prod. by DJ Green Lantern)
28. “Twilight Zone”

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