Philadelphia hardcore legends, Soul Glo just dropped “Driponomics,” the second single from their forthcoming fourth studio album, Diaspora Problems. The record is due via Epitaph Records on March 25th and was led by the first single, “Jump!! (Or Get Jumped!!!)((by the future)).”

Commenting on the latest track, the band states:

“‘Driponomics’ is for everyone doing what they have to do to get by and to get fly. Oftentimes lower-income and working class people are criticized for how they survive out here, especially in times of crisis. People are getting more desperate but simultaneously more creative with their income options, and this song is a salute to that. Love to Mother Maryrose whose verse on this song is one of the best moments on our album.”

Diaspora Problems Track Listing:

1. Gold Chain Punk (whogonbeatmyass?)
2. Coming Correct Is Cheaper
3. Thumbsucker
4. Fucked Up If True
5. Jump!! (Or Get Jumped!!!)((by the future))
6. Driponomics (ft. Mother Maryrose)
7. (Five Years And) My Family
8. The Thangs I Carry (ft. BEARCAT)
9. We Wants Revenge
10. John J (ft. Kathryn Edwards and Zula Wildheart)
11. GODBLESSYALLREALGOOD
12. Spiritual Level Of Gang Shit (ft. Mckinley Dixon and Lojii)

Artwork for the album ‘Diaspora Problems’ by Soul Glo
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