Lil B Brings 'The Complete MySpace Collection' to Apple Music

Each of the four volumes features 100 tracks

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished May 8, 2019

Lil B surprised listeners last year when his catalogue of free mixtapes arrived on streaming services without notice. Now, one of the rapper's most sizable collections of material has been treated to an official release.

The Berkeley MC has shared a new version of his monstrous 2011 compilation Free Music: The Complete MySpace Collection on Apple Music. Initially shared as a 676-song mixtape, the compilation has now been broken into four different volumes, each featuring over 100 tracks.

The tracklists for all four volumes have been noticeably revised when compared to the original 2011 release. Beloved early singles such as "Ellen Degeneres" and "Swag Jerry Rice" appear alongside chopped and screwed remixes of "Wanton Soup," "Cold War," "1000 Bitches," "Thugs Pain" and more.

Other oddities appearing in the tracklist include interview audio of Lil B in conversation with The Fader, while Vol. 4 features a recording of a half-hour live set. You can pore over the tracklistings for each in the players below.

Last month, Lil B delivered his first new mixtape of 2019, 28 Wit a Ladder.

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