The Buffalo rapper stopped by DTLR Radio on Friday (April 21) where he revealed that his Everybody Can’t Go album is set to arrive on August 11.
“Man, this new project, I’m not gon lie this is the first time I even announced this anywhere because this my first interview,” he said. “You know, August 11, Everybody Can’t Go. Everybody Can’t Go, that’s the first time I announced the date publicly because they just told me like three days ago.”
Check out the interview below:
Benny and Hit previously teamed up for their Burden of Proof joint effort in 2020 and have been teasing more heat in the stash in recent months.
Burden Of Proof was released on October 16, 2020, and debuted at No. 27 on the Billboard 200 with about 19,000 equivalent album units sold in its first week.
The Buffalo native signed to Def Jam in late 2021 with help from Snoop Dogg, who pushed for him to join the legendary label.
Benny The Butcher is currently on the road as part of his Thank God I Made It World Tour, which will hit Hartford, Connecticut and Worcester, Massachusetts this weekend.
As for Hit-Boy, the superproducer had an eventful 2022, so much so it earned him HipHopDX’s Best Producer of 2022 title. He collaborated on joint projects with Dreezy and Pacman Da Gunman while contributing to Beyoncé’s Renaissance, The Game’s Drillmatic, Ab-Soul’s Herbert, Conway The Machine’s God Don’t Make Mistakes and YG’s I Got Issues, among other albums.
Hit-Boy then ended the year strong with King’s Disease III, his fourth collaboration with Nas in three years and the latest installment in their Grammy-winning series. He even crafted a joint R&B album titled Victims & Villains with Musiq Soulchild in March.