Bas Announces 'Too High To Riot' Album And Releases 'Night Job' Ft. J. Cole

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The Dreamville team is continuing to shake things up towards the end of 2015 as Bas announces his upcoming album Too High To Riot is done.

With the announcement came the release of a new track titled, "Night Job" featuring J. Cole.

"Night Job" features incredible production from Cedric Brown and KQuick. It rides pretty smooth but Bas manages to bust through the sound with a subtle verse about working around the clock.

That being said, it's very safe to say that J. Cole completely outshines his Dreamville artist on "Night Job." His verse pierces the hip-hop game and when you think about it, Cole manages to cause buzz with just a couple of tracks. It all started with his "Black Friday" freestyle of Kendrick Lamar's "Alright" and continues onward through "Night Job."

While Cole bodied the "Night Job" track, he seems incredibly excited for the release of Too High To Riot.

"So much I want to say about Bas new album. But I'll wait til it drop. Have this for now," tweeted Cole along with the link to "Night Job."

There is no release date set for Too High To Riot, but chances are it's coming in the very near future. Bas' previous works have all been very solid and represented the Dreamville name with flying colors.

Fans will be going into Too High To Riot with high expectations and from Cole's words, they will more than likely be met. You can check out "Night Job" below.

"Night Job" by Bas Ft. J. Cole