E-40 Releasing Two Albums on the Same Day
The "Bay Area Ambassador" himself, rapper E-40 will give fans a double dose of his music by dropping two albums on the same day. The albums titled 'Revenue Retrievin' Day Shift,' and 'Revenue Retrievin' Night Shift' will serve as the 13th and 14th albums for the Vallejo, California native.
Totaling 38 tracks, each release will feature appearances from Snoop Dogg, Gucci Mane, Mistah F.A.B., Messy Marv and Too Short. On the production side of things, E-40 called on the help of Jazzy Pha, J. Valentine, and Bobby V.
"I'm excited about this album," he explained in a statement. "It's been a year since I dropped 'The Ball Street Journal.' It marks an important independent business venture for me. This way, I am able to go back to the basics and run my own campaign."
Known for making up his own vocabulary in his lyrics, the 42-year-old is one of the most popular rappers to come out of the Bay Area. He has previously worked with artists like T-Pain, Lil John and Tupac. Both albums are due out March 30.