Moneybagg Yo is preparing to drop his second project of 2020, but he’s not unveiling all the details yet. The Interscope Records rapper announced a release date for his next record without sharing any additional information on Monday (September 14).
“New Project September 18th Save Da Date,” he wrote on Twitter.
New Project September 18th Save Da Date 🔥👀🤯
— Big Bagg (@MoneyBaggYo) September 14, 2020
Although the release date is less than a week away, Moneybagg is making fans wait to find out if it’s an album, mixtape or EP. No title or tracklist has been revealed.
Moneybagg hasn’t dropped a project since January’s Time Served. The LP became his highest-charting album to date, peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. It also marked his first gold-selling album, earning the certification from the Recording Industry Association of America in August.
The Roc Nation-managed artist’s most recent musical release was a track titled “Said Sum,” which arrived in June. Moneybagg hasn’t indicated if the song’s meant to be the lead single from his upcoming project or simply a stray cut that won’t be found on his next body of work.
Watch the video for Moneybagg’s “Said Sum” below.