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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Lil B Suddenly Drops New Album, I'm Gay; Hear New Song "Trapped in Prison"

Posted By on Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 8:48 AM

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  • Uh, thank you Based God?

And so it was decreed.

Last night around midnight, apropos of pretty much nothing, the Berkeley based rapper/provocateur/phenomenon Lil B released his much-anticipated new album, I'm Gay, on iTunes, and then Tweeted the announcement. Why did he do it so suddenly? Why did he do it in a Tweet? The first we don't know; the second, because it only makes sense. That is if "sense" is even a word we can appropriately use to describe this guy and his thing.

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In any case, the goods are all available now on iTunes for your based enjoyment, controversial cover art and all. And what do you know? The geeks over at Rap Genius already have a fairly complete-looking exegesis of the whole album's lyrics. Here's a new track to get you introduced. It's called "Trapped in Prison":

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