Earlier this year, the internet went absolutely nuts for Ace Tee’s “Bist Du Down?” - the silky smooth R&B jam was a certified viral hit. Now, the German-Ghananian R&B singer has released a brand new EP entitled Tee Time, featuring the beloved song that had fans calling her “the next TLC.”

The six-track EP features “Bist Du Down” collaborator Kwam.e rapping on each song, with amazing cuts throwing back to classic '90s rap like on "Bounce auf dem Beat" and incredibly Timbaland-Aaliyah vibes on "Hamburg City Life.” Despite comparisons to musical luminaries, Tee Time is a fresh slice of contemporary hip-hop from one of our favorite discoveries of 2017.

Listen to Tee Time below, and revisit our Q&A with Ace Tee and Kwam.E right here.

In other music news, Drake and Justin Bieber just joined an impressive roster of celebs that will join Bun B for his Hurricane Harvey telethon. Get the full scoop right here.

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