Dreamville Records' J.I.D. has just dropped his debut full-length album, The Never Story.

The Atlanta rapper's release is 12 tracks and features appearances from another Atlanta native 6lack, as well as EarthGang and Atlanta singer Marian Mereba. On the production tip, longstanding Atlanta-based production crew, SMKA and Childish Major contribute tracks. J. Cole handles production on two songs, including the lead single, "D/Vision." 

“Can’t see the floor, elevator where the steps at? / James Bond, nah, James Harden with the stepback / No D, n—– playing foul, where the techs at? / Better get back, better get you a jet pack/ They shoot where the ref at / They shoot at your Jefe,” he spits on the track.

While this is his first official full-length, J.I.D. isn't a newbie to the  game. The east Atlanta rhymer and Spillage Village member quickly became one to watch back in 2015, with the release of songs including "Never," "Robotics," "Reloaded" and "Underwear." This is J.I.D.'s first release since 2015's Dicaprio EP, and should further establish him as one of the brightest new talents in rap.

Take a listen to Never Story below.

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