In anticipation of the collab between Los Angeles emcees Fatlip (The Pharcyde) and Blu (Blu & Exile), who will release their album, Live From the End of the World Vol. 1, on April 1st via Los Angeles/Tokyo-based label Guilty By Association, have today shared an extended version and remixes of the song “Good For The Soul.” (Including a new verse from Ras Kass and two remixes by Nottz & STLNDRMS.)

Live From the End of the World Vol. 1, (Demos) Track Listing:

1. The Fronts (prod. by Blu)
2. Good For The Soul ft. Hemlock Ernst & Rass Kass (prod. by GBA)
3. Street Life ft. MC Eiht (prod. by Knxwledge)
4. Gangsta Rap (prod. by Madlib)
5. Hollywood Celebrity ft. Bilal (prod. by Sa-Ra Creative Partners)
6. Live From The End of The World (prod. by GBA)
7. Crumbs ft. Young Hump (prod. by Exile)
8. Ain’t Changed ft. Slimkid Tre (prod. By Mnemonic)
9. Crack Party ft. J Ro, Akil, Money B, Opio, Del The Funky Homosapien (prod. by Blu)
10. Yeah / Lip Outro ft. GBA (prod. by STLNDRMS and Exile)
11. Look To The Sky ft. Self Jupter, Chali 2na, Gift of Gab (prod. by Nottz)

Artwork for the album ‘Live From the End of the World Vol. 1’ by Fatlip & Blu
Artwork for the album ‘Good For The Soul’ (Remixes and Rarities) by Fatlip & Blu

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