The Queens-based rapper — who was originally signed by Ye and Columbia Records in 2005 — released his debut album Don’t Quit Your Day Job! in 2007. Cons released his latest track on Friday (March 3), following up on his “Disappointed” release from February.
“Disappointed” pushed the envelope, as Cons continued to criticize GOOD signees for abandoning Ye amid his controversy, despite the success they gained from the label.
The original “Blood Stain” track, produced by Kanye, was released in June 2022. On the sequel track, Cons enlisted the assistance of Rick Ross and Amerie. Ross lends his voice to a few verses, while Amerie provides the hook and background vocals. Cons comes on after Ross, offering a verse that speaks on his upbringing and childhood experience.
“Blood Stain 2” and its predecessor are slated to appear on the “Grammy Family” rapper’s third album titled Nice Doing Business With You, rumored to release sometime this spring or summer. Cons spoke about the nature of the project in an AllHipHop interview last year.
“People familiar with me know I’ve alway been heavily involved in all kinds of album construction,” he said. “I’m a person who is very prone to sticking to the subject and cohesiveness, so with this new project, that’s what I’m looking to deliver to the fans.”
In other news, Cons has criticized G.O.O.D. Music’s roster for not standing by Kanye West amid the backlash over his antisemitic comments. The rapper is seemingly one of the few still supporting Kanye, whose inflammatory remarks about Jewish people and embrace of white supremacy led to him losing a number of lucrative business deals and professional relationships — including G.O.O.D. Music being dropped from Def Jam.