Kool A.D. been busy. Like hella busy. About eight months ago there was that 100 song mixtape with features from Scoop DeVille, DJ Mustard, Talib Kweli, Boots Riley, Roman Gianarthur, and Toro Y Moi. Then that Gods of Tomorrow tape. Then there was Zig Zag, with another 100 tracks, with feautres from the likes of Action Bronson, Zion I, and more with production by Kool A.D. and others, including, Le1f, Party Supplies, Young L, Scoop DeVille, plus more. Not to mention all the visuals that have dropped. Oh, and yeah, then there’s that novel. And now Kool A.D. is back at it again with another project entitled Official. Kool A.D.’s project fasho holds it down for the west, particularly coming through with them Yay Area slappers. The project’s seven tracks were all produced by another Yayareian, Trackademicks, who has made some heat for artists such as Phonte, Teedra Moses, Kehlani, Iamsu!, and others. Kool A.D.’s whole discography can be purchased on Bandcamp for a cool $125. Not too bad of a deal to have the digital catalogue of the words and music of the (according to KOOL A.D.) “greatest professional rapper in the world.” Honestly, I think it’s priceless, especially considering the sheer volume of jams that are included. Full disclosure, I’m from the Bay. If you ain’t got no $125, it’s all good, you can still stream Official, and watch the video for the free below. Prolific.