After giving us a preview of the album last week with his "Tweetin" video, Stockton wordsmith/producer Steve Spiffler is finally dropping his long-awaited Skitzo Steven project, just before May—Mental Health Awareness Month—draws to a close. The 18-track album is packed to the brim with highly concentrated slappy juice, an assortment of amped-up, slowed-down and chopped-up bangers teeming with molten-hot bars.
"209 Legend," a tip of the cap to Dave Brubeck, is arguably the most shmangin' spin on this record, combining top-notch production with jaw-dropping wordplay. Peep the visual below, also premiering today on EARMILK:
Skitzo Steven comprises both new tracks and heaters that were previously locked up inside Spiff's cryogenic freezer. Memorable slaps like "Different," "Vegas Nights" and the short-but-sweet "Saturdaze" round out an all-around Herculean effort from Lord Spiffler. If you're funkin' with the movement, support Spiff by copping the album on iTunes, Bandcamp, or streaming via Spotify.