Mid90s star Na-Kel Smith is officially swerving into a new lane with the release of his debut album Twothousand Nakteen on A DREAM NO LONGER DEFERRED RECORDS/NARCOWAVE. The project is stacked with eight tracks and runs 19 minutes long, the perfect amount of time to hit the pavement and shred with your crew. With this long-awaited drop, Smith can finally add rapper to his résumé alongside skater, actor, and model although this isn't his first time making music.

Last year, the 24-year-old put out the trap anthem "STOP HATING START TRYING." Smith has also previously been featured on a handful of Earl Sweatshirt songs as well as Tyler, The Creator's 2013 track "Trashwang." Last month, he collaborated with Leven Kali and Buddy on the single "Too High." Scroll down to stream the entire record and for more music head over to Smith's SoundCloud.

In other news, Lafawndah announced her debut album ‘ANCESTOR BOY’ with the lead single “DADDY." Get all the details right here.

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