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Last September, D.C. rapper Tabi Bonney dropped The Summer Years, a collaborative album with producer Ski Beatz. Over a breezy blend of relaxed tropical rhythms and woozy electro-pop, Bonney embraced his celebrity and reminisced about hip-hop’s golden age.

Released Thursday, Bonney’s The Endless Summer is a deluxe edition of Summer Years, with a few new songs for good measure. Last week, Bonney released the impressive “Chop Chop“—-a new album song—-on which he traded rhymes with Yasiin Bey over steel drums. On “Fly By,” Bonney and Curren$y glide over a billowing guitar riff.

Either way, Endless Summer is a smooth listen. Check it below.