After releasing a slew of run-up singles in the run-up to his project’s release, experimental hip-hop artist JPEGMAFIA has officially returned with his third studio project, All My Heroes Are Cornballs.

Clocking in at 18-tracks in length, the rapper’s latest album continues in line with previous critically-acclaimed projects Black Ben Carson and Veteran, whereby the rapper-meets-producer further focuses in on his abstract and nearly psychedelic sonics, further relishing in off-kilter sound structures and lyrically-jarring flows.

There are few today who round out the total artistic package as well as JPEGMAFIA does. His mainstay is undoubtedly his approach to discordance. Every aspect of his hip-hop career relishes in abstract inconsistencies, whereby the unusual is what ultimately propels him and his endeavors.

Much of his production quality maintains itself within a post-genre world of music. His intricate instrumentals remain less-tweaked than previous works, emphasizing a more raw ethos that helps in catapulting him lyrically.

Lyrically, the artist ultimately exposes himself, as well as the concepts he takes aim at. No matter the case, JPEGMAFIA’s latest project solidifies his place as one of music’s most listenable acts.

Stream the album below.

JPEGMAFIA SHARES EXPERIMENTAL 'ALL MY HEROES ARE CORNBALLS' ALBUM
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