The Underachievers Plan to Drop at Least Three Projects This Year
The Underachievers intend to supply their fans with plenty of music this year. Issa Gold announced that he and his partner in rhyme AKTHESAVIOR plan to release a minimum of three projects in 2017.
"At least 3 project coming from The Underachievers this year," Issa Gold wrote on Twitter. "We got one coming in February."
The Underachievers' last release arrived in May 2016 when they dropped the It Happened in Flatbush mixtape. The duo has not released a studio album since 2015's Evermore: The Art of Duality.
If the Underachievers can live up to their plans, 2017 would easily be the most productive year of their young careers. The duo has not released multiple projects in the same calendar year since 2013. That year saw the Underachievers make their debut with the critically acclaimed Indigoism mixtape. The Brooklyn rappers followed that up with the Lords of Flatbush project.
If you cannot wait until next month to get your music fix from The Underachievers, make sure to check out AKTHESAVIOR's latest solo project Blessings in the Grey 2. The talented MC's sophomore effort dropped back in November via RPM MSC. Blessings in the Grey 2 features 12 tracks with production by the likes Nujabes, Cookin' Soul, ScoopOne, Eff Dope, YL and Roper Williams. You can listen to the entire mixtape for free via SoundCloud. Check out the stream below or head over to DatPiff if you would rather download it.
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