Skepta has given word that he’ll be dropping a new EP later this week. Out this Friday, All In will feature appearances from Kid Cudi, J Balvin and Teezee.
The British rapper shared the news of the release yesterday on Instagram, along with a five-song tracklist and album art. He announced last month that an EP was in the works.
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Only a few months ago, it appeared that Skepta would be retiring after JAE5’s “Dimension,” on which he and Rema are featured, dropped. In an Instagram story posted in March, the artist said that he still has one more song on the way with Bando and wrote that “after we drop that, I’m out.” He also wrote that he “stopped recording” for 2021.
Thankfully, it wasn’t long before the rapper returned to the studio after an even briefer hiatus than Logic’s famously short-lived retirement.
For the upcoming album, Skepta collaborated with producer and engineer Joshua Faulkner, who boasts engineering credits on Kid Cudi’s 2020 album Man on the Moon III: The Chosen.
All In is out this Friday, July 30, on all streaming platforms.
In other news, Travis Scott unveiled his new track “Escape Plan” at Rolling Loud Miami.
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