Three artists climbing up the hip-hop ladder recently gathered in the studio to give the net a track titled All The Time. Recorded during one of the sessions for his sophomore album, Mac Miller recruited the rhyming of TDE black hippie Ab-Soul and the sound engineering skills of Chuck English. These are the types of collabos in the game that I love, upcoming artists that carry their own unique style and feed off each other to give us laid back goodness. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate a loud track stacked with stars like Fuckin Problem or Game’s Ali Bomaye as much as the next man, but it’s nice seeing cats trying to reach the next level cook up some creative hip-hop meth (yeah, still referencing Breaking Bad). While Chuck is still doin Chuck, Ab-Soul’s next mixtape will be dropping January 22nd and he will release an album with producer/songwriter JMSN in February. As for Larry Dollaz, his foreign tour kicks off in February which includes stops in Austria, New Zealand, Australia, and more. Enjoy the track and expect your iTunes to fill up with more music from these artists in the months to come. Get Your Earz Wet.