Lil B—the rapper with gold teeth whose recent history of releasing mixtapes on weekends and days off is seeming more and more subversively intentional (rather than blissfully unaware, as I first thought), and who will perform three times in the state of Virginia this week—just dropped his second mixtape of the year, P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thug). At 27 tracks, it's a whopping 97 minutes, and upon first listen it's one of B's more gem-packed releases in recent memory. Early super-standouts: the introspective "Complex Hate Crimes" and "Giving Up," and the slow-dancing "Marry Me." Watch a whole bunch of videos from the past month below the download.