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JID Announces New Projects ‘Forever & A Day’ And Singles

JID Announces Multiple New Projects And Singles

JID, the rapper, has been really busy. He was on tour earlier this year, but he also spent time in the recording studio to make new songs. He recently announced some cool things that are coming soon. First, he’s joining up with Lil Yachty to release two new songs together as part of their Blakkboyz project. One of these songs, called “Van Gogh,” has been floating around online for a while, and now it’s officially coming out on music streaming platforms. On top of that, JID has another new song that will be released. Fans are really excited about all of this!

What’s making fans even more excited is that JID has announced a new album that’s coming soon. The album is called “Forever & A Day,” and it’s expected to be released later this year. This album will have about 10 to 12 songs, but not much else is known about it at the moment. And that’s not all – he’s got another album in the works. JID also confirmed that he’s working on a collaborative album with Metro Boomin, a producer. This album doesn’t have a name yet, but it’s planned to be released after “Forever & A Day.” So, there’s a lot of new music to look forward to from JID!


JID Confirms New Album For Later This Year

JID has confirmed that he will be releasing a new album later this year. This comes after his well-received album “The Forever Story” from last year. In that album, he collaborated with many notable artists like Kenny Mason, Earthgang, 21 Savage, Baby Tate, Lil Durk, Ari Lennox, Lil Wayne, Yasiin Bey, and more.

Since then, JID has been quite active. He teamed up with Lute to release a track called “Ma Boy” earlier this year. This song was part of the soundtrack for the movie Creed III, produced by Dreamville. He also appeared on Mick Jenkins’ recently released album “The Patience,” which has received a lot of praise.

Out of the three new projects that JID has announced (the new album, “Ma Boy” track, and his appearance on Mick Jenkins’ album)

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