Homeboy Sandman Drops 20-Track “I Can’t Sell These” Mixtape

Queens native Homeboy Sandman drops his new mixtape I Can’t Sell These. Connecting with renowned visual artist & author Gangster Doodles for 4 incredibly unique artwork installations, Homeboy Sandman is thrilled to share the free tape with the world. Mixed and mastered by Darko The Super, I Can’t Sell These is out now! Homeboy Sandman will be embarking on a co-headlining tour with Deca this August, see dates here.


The new mixtape showcases Homeboy Sandman rapping over some of his favorite songs, film scores, & television intros; anything that he really loves and that moves him to write (but that he can’t sell because he doesn’t have the rights). On the first single Apple, we saw the technically gifted rapper deliver bars on Black Moth Super Rainbow’s Twin of Myself. Then, Homeboy Sandman  unveiled Boy Sand is Free, a spectacular performance on British collective Sault’s Free. Most recently, Sand released “Omnipresent,” rhyming on Venezuluan electronic composer Angel Rada’s Basheeba. Consisting of 20 tracks, the mixtape includes repurposed music from Fiona Apple, Pete Rock, Khruangbin, J Dilla, and more. All of the artwork surrounding the mixtape and the single releases are done by artist and pop-culture aficionado, Gangster Doodles.

Homeboy Sandman recently announced the launch of his Patreon. Patrons will be given access into Sand’s creative processes as well as other bonus content including: rough drafts of unfinished songs, explanations of songs, behind the scenes videos, book recommendations, and more. For fans missing Homeboy Sandman’s presence on social media, Patreon is a great way to support, connect, and stay updated with all things Boy Sand. Subscribe to Patreon:



1 – Boy Sand Is Back

2 – Boy Sand También

3 – Omnipresent

4 – Fruit Day 1

5 – Sunshine

6 – Apple

7 – Always Rhyme

8 – Bus (a rhyme)

9 – Boy Sand Is Free

10 – Anything

11 – Aural For Young Lovers

12 – The Queens English

13 – Parks & Wreck

14 – Holy Water

15 – $

16 – The Current

17 – Did You Forget Me?

18 – Flat Pockets

19 – Brown

20 –  Learning