Another new alias for the enigmatic artist.

Dean Blunt has released a new free album under a new alias, Blue Iverson.

As Tiny Mix Tapes reports, the album is called Hotep, and can be streamed on YouTube or downloaded via Mediafire.

Featuring an image of Lauryn Hill on the cover, Hotep is largely instrumental and combines elements of ’80s R&B, jazz, lounge and soul. However, it’s still very much got Blunt’s signature all over it.

Hotep is one of many freebies to come from the mind of Blunt over the past year. As well as the 419 mixtape from the Babyfather group he’s involved with, January saw a new Hype Williams release, Chalice.

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