Although Blu never technically disappeared, it feels like his output has been too lowkey to actually build any momentum for the former XXL Freshman. That looks to change with his upcoming LP, Good To Be Home, though. After sharing the first track, “The West,” the elusive rapper/producer returns with the artwork and tracklisting to his double album.
Described as an “unapologetic celebration of Los Angeles music and culture,” Good To Be Home puts Johnson Barnes back in top company with The Alchemist, Evidence, Casey Veggies, Prodigy, Fashawn, Oh No, Thurz and many more. The album drops May 20 via Nature Sounds/New World Color, and is sure to see us through the whole Summer.
Check out the tracklisting after the jump…