Big Scoob has returned from a five-year hiatus with the release of his H.O.G. album.
The project, released through Strange Music, is made up of 16 tracks and includes features from E-40, Paul Wall and Killer Mike. Strange Music boss Tech N9ne as well as signees Wrekonize and Krizz Kaliko make guest appearances too.
H.O.G., which stands for “Hand of God” is Big Scoob’s first full-length project since 2011.
Stream Big Scoob’s H.O.G. album below and keep scrolling for tracklist and cover art.
- Gimme a Beat (Skit)
- Bitch Please (f. E-40 & B-Legit)
- Dump Nigga (f. J.L. & Boogieman)
- Do Better (f. Paul Wall & Boogieman)
- Doe-Rey-Me (f. Boogieman & Young Boss)
- Barely Missing Prison
- Quasars (f. Krizz Kaliko)
- Here 2day Gone 2morro (f. Bakarii)
- Walk the Line (f. Wrekonize)
- A.B.N. (f. Killer Mike & Bumpy Knuckles)
- Soul Musik
- Intoxicated (f. Tech N9ne, TXX Will & Bakarii)
- Won’t Ease Up
- Money Low
- Warrior (f. Mackenzie Nicole)
(This article was first published September 26, 2016 and is as follows.)
Strange Music is set to dominate the winter as Big Scoob announces his H.O.G. album, an acronym for “Hand of God.”
The LP is scheduled to drop November 4. The tracklist is made up of 16 songs and features Killer Mike as well as Strange Music boss Tech N9ne.
Big Scoob released the first single off H.O.G., “Bitch Please” with guest appearances from E-40 and B-Legit, last week.
This work, the Kansas City rapper’s first full-length release since 2011, is set to be his most personal yet.
“When Strange Music CEO Travis O’Guin asked me to come back and do this album, I figured it had to be the hand of God,” BigScoob explains via press release. “Like, maybe this is something I need to do so I can get more popular with these youngsters to where they’ll listen to me more and I can get my message to ’em and let them know there’s more to life than the streets and rap. … I’ve lost a lot of close friends to the penitentiary, to homicide. So I feel like the fact that I’m still here, I have something I need to say. Even if I’m not in a point in my life right now where I’m giving all positive messages – you could hear me one day and I’ll be on nonsense and you hear me another day and I’ll be telling you something you need to hear, to remember forever – I’m a work in progress. Nobody is perfect, but I believe it’s a good thing that music is always there for me. That’s a blessing.”
This will serve as a prelude of sorts to Tech N9ne’s The Storm album, which is slated for a December release.
Check out Big Scoob’s H.O.G. album cover art below and pre-order the album at StrangeMusic.com.