Nyck Caution

'Disguise the Limit' (album stream)

BY Gregory AdamsPublished Feb 29, 2016

Pro Era poet Nyck Caution has been teasing a solo debut for quite some time and has now used the special occasion of Leap Day (February 29) to launch the project. Titled Disguise the Limit, the release is streaming now.

Caution had spent the last year unveiling a handful of singles, though not all of them made it onto the release. That said, recent preview "Wordsmith," featuring a thick beat from Pro Era member Kirk Knight and bars about Caution's penmanship, is included.

"There's nothing worse than talent wasted," Caution quips on the soul-smashed "Baptize." As such, he works his flow over an assortment of hazy beats proffered by Knight, Chuck Strangers, Jake Birch, Navie D and more.

While the rapper handles much of the songs solo, Joey Bada$$ pops by for the project's "Crucifix" and the Metro Boomin-produced "What's Understood," while other guest artists on Disguise the Limit include Tyler Sheritt, Alex Mali, Albey Balgochian and Madison Iman.

You'll find the full 14-song release below.

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