Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 at 5:58 pm
The North Carolina duo Phonte and Big Pooh have announced that their upcoming album LeftBack will be their last.
Phonte recently spoke on the group’s decision saying that it was originally intented to be an EP, but:
“I didn’t want our last record to be a bunch of second-rate material. I wanted to walk away from Little Brother knowing that I gave our fans all that I had to give, and said everything I wanted to say. With Leftback, I’ve done that.”
The album is also set to include music videos and a DVD of bonus material which is set to be a documentary.
Little Brother’s been known for more audio music than acutal visual music, so the video and DVD serves as a change for the duo. Pooh also commented on this fact explaining:
“Three albums, three mixtapes, one video. It doesn’t make a whole lot of sense in this day and age. We have always lacked in the visual department, and I think it will be refreshing to finally offer people those visuals.”
Phonte and Big Pooh have also planned a tour along with the album, which is set to be released on April 20th. So get your finest smoke that day and also make sure you go cop LeftBack.