Cleveland rapper and producer Kipp Stone has announced a new mixtape titled HOMMÈ, out on Oct. 20 via Closed Sessions. Stone shared the first single “Sprague Street,” which features Mick Jenkins.
Named after Stone’s new home address, the song reflects on his gritty childhood growing up in Ohio. “Going numb don’t make you tough at all / It’s really saying ‘I’ve been hurt so much, I’d rather never feel anything,’” Stone raps, and it’s one of many poignant lines in the song.
HOMMÈ also includes features from Nuke Franklin and Torre Lott. Earlier this year, Paste named Stone as one of 15 Cleveland Artists You Need to Know.
Listen to Kipp Stone’s new song “Sprague Street” (feat. Mick Jenkins) below. Keep scrolling for the HOMMÈ tracklist and cover art.
HOMMÈ Album Artwork:
04. People Be Trash
05. Sprague Ave ft Mick Jenkins
06. Rags 2 Riches
08. Jobs Be Trash
09. Jackboy ft. Nuke Franklin
10. The World Be Trash
11. Josh Settles ft. Torre Lott
13. Kinda Crazy