$UICIDEBOY$: Hear $crim's new solo album 'lonely boy' | Revolver

$UICIDEBOY$: Hear $crim's new solo album 'lonely boy'

26 tracks of dark, lysergic hip-hop

Last month, $uicideboy$ member $crim offered up the yearning, country-tinged single "paradise," the lead cut off a then-rumored solo EP. It's since been revealed that said EP is actually a 26-track album, and that album just dropped today.

Titled lonely boy, the epic-length LP is highlighted by $crim's latest single, "maserati slick," on which the rapper explores the ups and downs of the high life over a throbbing, neon-soaked beat.

Blast lonely boy above via YouTube or on your favorite streaming music platform.

$crim's partner in crime, Ruby Da Cherry, recently released his own solo record, December's punk-rock EP existential hymns for the average sigma (vol. 9), under the moniker DUCKBOY.

Next up for $uicideboy$, they'll play Rolling Loud in Los Angeles on March 16th, before taking their annual GREYDAY tour down under to Australia and New Zealand, joined by their G59 labelmates Germ and Shakewell, as well as Ghostemane and Pouya.

2024 also marks the boys' 10th anniversary as a group.