Lil B has released his self-professed “classical music” album, 95 minutes of atonal synth noodling with no lyrics, distributed officially under the pseudonym The Basedgod. A puzzling and center-less listen, Choices and Flowers sounds like an instrumental version of Rain in England, Lil B’s new-agey spoken word LP released on vinyl last year. Sadly, it’s not classical music by any stretch of the imagination, but the cover art’s a Marlene Dumas-esque godsend. The album’s available now on iTunes and streaming in its entirety on Spotify.
Stream: Lil B’s Choices and Flowers