Don Toliver Taps Kodak Black, Travis Scott & More For 'Hardstone Pyscho' LP

By Tony M. Centeno

June 14, 2024

Don Toliver
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Don Toliver's highly-anticipated album has finally arrived.

On Friday, June 14, the Cactus Jack signee delivered his fourth studio album Hardstone Psycho. The 16-track LP is split up into four volumes. The first portion, dubbed "Thunder Road," contains his stand-out collaborations with Kodak Black ("Brother Stone"), Cash Cobain and Charlie Wilson ("Attitude"). On the second volume "Dead Man's Canyon," Toliver croons over a sample of Whitney Houston's "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" for his song "Glock" and teams up with Travis Scott on "Ice Age." Future, Metro Boomin and Teezo Touchdown show up for volume three "Twin Peaks." Scott returns for the final act called "Promise Land."

The album arrived two days after he celebrated his 30th birthday. It's full of phenomenal production from Cash Cobain, Bnyx, SkipOnDaBeat, Wheezy, and plenty more. Don Toliver began the roll-out for his latest LP back in February when he dropped the first single "Bandit." The visuals for the song revealed the motorcycle gang theme of the album. He followed up with "Deep In The Water," which arrived the same day he announced the birth of his and Kali Uchis' first child.

Don Toliver gave fans a taste of the album in person during his recent set at Governors Ball in New York City. He performed "Bandit" twice and "Attitude." At the end of his set, he debuted "Tore Up" and performed it for the first time live.

Listen to Don Toliver's new album below.

WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE

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