After a number of pushbacks, Jacquees has finally released his latest EP, This Time I’m Serious.
The six-track project serves as an appetizer to the singer-songwriter’s long-awaited Cash Money Records debut album, 4275.
4275 is my greatest work but it can’t drop till 1 more thing is cleared and I wanna hold y’all down so I got something for y’all I hate it just as much as you do trust me BUT what I’m about to do is the calm before the storm #TeamJacquees
— Jacquees (@Jacquees) February 3, 2018
This Time I’m Serious is Jacquees’ first full-length solo project since he released his 12-track Since You Playin’ mixtape in January of 2017. He did, however, quickly follow that up with the release of his collaborative mixtape with DeJ Loaf, Fuck A Friend Zone.
Jacquees made headlines late last month after being arrested in Miami’s South Beach neighborhood. According to police, Jacquees refused to pull over after an officer noticed the 23-year-old wasn’t wearing his seatbelt. After large crowds of onlookers began gathering at the scene, Jacquees was taken into custody and charged with failure to obey an officer and disorderly conduct.
Check out the stream, cover art and tracklist for This Time I’m Serious below.
- This Time I’m Serious
- It’s on the Way f. Wale
- Rodeo f. T-Pain
- Why You Love Me Now
- Back to Me