Image via SoundCloud

Image via SoundCloud

In 2014, Noisey compiled “Rap Monument,” perhaps the most notable posse cut in hip-hop history (at least when using length as a measure). The 42-minute record, produced by Nick Hook, S-Type, and Hudson Mohawke, features a mind-boggling thirty rappers. Action Bronson,  Danny Brown, Young Thug, and Pusha T were among those gathered for the landmark track, which the website initially released sans expletives.

Today, HudMo shared the cuss-littered song in full. Fans of uncensored rap may rejoice. Bow down to the “Rap Monument” and press play below. You can also watch the original, December-released video right here.

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