It's Tuesday. The week is off to a rickety start. You're in too deep to go back, but not far enough removed from the weekend that you've forgotten the fun, the freedom and, perhaps, the mistakes. L.A. rapper Intuition, who is performing at Low End Theory Wednesday night, has got you covered.

Lee Shaner, as the Alaska-raised emcee is known to his mother, is releasing his second album this month. Girls Like Me — which we assume is meant as a boast, not a statement of female solidarity — is being released on Hellfyre Club, the new Alpha Pup imprint founded by Low End resident rapper Nocando. The record features an appearance by Slug of Atmosphere, and like that misunderstood Midwestern lothario, Intuition carves his style from a mixed bag of love stories, party raps and funny wordplay. And of course, skill.

Here's the clip for “Al Bundy,” which includes valuable instructions for nine-to-fivers (or not) of the weekend warrior variety. The beat comes courtesy of Mr. Dibiase.

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