Azad Right is an LA-based rapper that has been steadily making some serious moves this year. He's been spending a good part of 2014 cultivating a style and sound, and it really is pretty wild to see how much he's grown in the past year.
He's recently just released For The Hopeful, his greatest release yet, and by working with other LA-based artists, he was able to make a mixtape that highlighted his ties to the city and his individuality in the game. Complex recently compared him to Nas, but we'll leave that for you to ultimately decide.
Check out the free stream below, snag the mixtape here, and stay hopeful, my friends.
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For the Hopeful