After releasing single ‘Up Side Down‘ last week, Bara Blaque’s ‘Dreams And Vice’ was released in full over the weekend.  The seven track collection comes with production from the likes of Tony Heron, Glott and Top Chef and develops the themes and ideas explored on ‘Third World Hippy‘ in a different sonic environment.  Blaque’s tone on ‘Dreams And Vice’ is reminiscent of a British Freddie Gibbs, so we strongly urge fans of his to get know The Koup MC.  Stream below via SoundCloud.

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