After his most productive year, release wise, in 2017, Buddy is looking to keep the momentum rolling. On Friday (July 20), the Compton, Calif. rapper releases his debut album, Harlan & Alondra.

The rollout for the West Coast rapper's official introduction to the world has contained the singles "Hey Up There" featuring Ty Dolla $ign, "Black" featuring A$AP Ferg and "Trouble on Central." The 12-song LP also features Snoop Dogg, Khalid and Guapdad 4000.

Buddy has been putting in work for a few years under the tutelage of super prouder, Pharrell. He put out his debut mixtape, Idle Time, in 2014. Last year was a big year for the MC who came out with two projects, the Magnolia EP and the Ocean & Montana EP with Kaytranada.

The "Shine" rapper has big plans for his career. “I’m trying to be a legend," he told XXL. "Legendary is someone who died and their death is an event and people still talk about them like a household name. I’m trying to be that. Not just my music but me as a human being. I act and I do a bunch of other stuff too. I’m just trying to be cool and legendary."

Listen to Buddy's Harlan & Alondra album below.

Buddy's Harlan and Alondra Tracklist

1. "Real Life S**t"
2. "Shameless" featuring Guapdad 4000
3. "Black" featuring A$AP Ferg
4. "Hey Up There" featuring Ty Dolla $ign
5. "Legend"
6. "Trouble on Central"
7. "The Blue" featuring Snoop Dogg
8. "Speechless"
9. "Young"
10. "Trippin'" featuring Khalid
11. "Find Me 2"
12. "Shine"

RCA Records

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