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Lil B (or rather, The BasedGod) has blessed us in his infinite based-ness on this fine April day. Not only has the rapper shared a new six-minute electronic epic made in collaboration with Marvel Comics, but he has uploaded a huge swath of his back catalog onto streaming services, with over 900 of his songs now available to stream.

The new song is titled “Enter the Depths”, and is an instrumental credited to TheBasedGod himself, with B listed as a feature. The accompanying artwork depicts Black Panther, an illustration crafted by Marvel Comics themselves. In an Instagram post, B wrote that “This is history and extremely rare!!!”

As for the the appearance of numerous entries in his catalog, this is a big day for Lil B fans. While the rapper’s latest project, 2017’s Black Ken, was one of several full-lengths widely available, there are now over 30 of his mixtapes on both Spotify and Apple Music. B acknowledged both on Twitter last night.

See where Lil B’s Black Ken ranked on our list of the 25 Best Albums of 2017.

In other music news, Rich the Kid has shared a dark visual in support of single “Dead Friends”. Watch it right here.

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