TisaKorean drops party-ready album, ‘Wasteland.’

It’s a “‘landfill’ of different vibes.”

TisaKorean provides dancefloor essentials on his brand-new album, Wasteland.

The Houston rapper teams up with a slew of artists on his latest release: Kblast joins him on “iRock (Sippin On Dat Ciroc)” and project closer “The Mop” alongside Huncho da Rockstar and 4B. Meanwhile, Father and YehMe2 partner on “Rocky Road.” Also included is the previously released track “Bate Onna Bo.”

“I’m excited about Wasteland.,” TisaKorean told Respect Magazine upon the album’s arrival. “The music on this project lets you hear where I’m at and where I’m going. I can’t wait to bring people along for the ride. I came up with the title Wasteland. because I feel that’s what the project is: a ‘landfill’ of different vibes. I think it’s something on there for everyone.”

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Wasteland. is the follow-up to TisaKorean’s 2019 EP, Soapy Club. His new album also dropped alongside a music video for album cuts “Babysteps,” “Sunset” and “Go.” Check it out below:

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