Kicking off a new month, the self-proclaimed Prince of New York, Lil tjay, is about to deliver his second album, Destiny 2 Victory, April 2nd. 2020 XXL First year students Polo G and Fivio Foreign, as well as 6lack native of Atlanta are expected to appear on the 20-track album. Destiny 2 Victory comes two years after the fall of the 19-year-old artist True 2 myself in 2019. The next album features pre-released tracks “Headshot” with Polo and Fivi, and “Calling My Phone”, with 6lack, which peaked at third place on the Billboard Hot 100 graphic. Showcase of the two songs Lil tjayThe duality and the ability to create music related to heartbreak and the code of the streets, which fans will receive more in his next endeavors.
British rapper AJ Tracey will fall Flu game–inspired by Michael Jordan’s NBA Finals game against the Utah Jazz where he scored 38 points and helped the Chicago Bulls win the championship while experiencing flu-like symptoms – April 16. To promote the album, Tracey parodied a sports press conference where he can be seen holding up a red and black jersey with his name on the back. AJ TraceyThe impending release features several other artists from across the pond as well as rappers from the United States. Flu game is the sequel to his self-titled album released in 2019.
Next month is also Caleb Brown ‘s Nevaeh: a thesis, which arrives April 16. Baton Rouge native La.’s new effort features production from Mike N Keys, Don Cannon, Taebeast, Super Miles and more. The project also features Brown’s “Songs About Girls II” with Kay Franklin. Nevaeh: a thesis will be the second project proposed by the rhymer this year. In January, he reissued a chopped and screwed version of This thing of ours with Jose Xavier.
As Lil Tjay, AJ Tracey and Caleb Brown prepare to release new heat, check out the new albums coming Mello music group, DJ Drewski and more below.
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