Top Dawg Entertainment’s Ab-Soul dropped song trailer for third solo album These Days giving fans something to look forward to since the 2012 release of Control System. Fans can expect a lyrical authentication exploring the days we’re currently dwelling in with the highly anticipated album.
Building on public dismay surrounding the delay of the project, earlier this month on Twitter Anthony Tiffith (@dangerookipawaa), CEO of TDE gave the decision of Ab-Soul’s release date to the public.
10 days later, Ab-Soul (@abdashsoul) tweeted song trailer and release date for These Days, with “Stigmata,” choosing June 24 as the expectant day.
Despite a number of unanswered delays with speculations of the album being ready last year, These Days looks like it will get here one way or another. The album consists of collaborations with Mac Miller (whose studio was used for most of this project’s recording), Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q and Danny Brown.
Ab-Soul is responsible for solo albums Longterm Mentality (2011) and Control System (2012). He is also featured on Common’s new single, “Made In Black America,” produced by No I.D., released four months ago from the new projected album, Nobody Smiling, with no current release date.
Enjoy Common and Ab-Soul here!