The Massachusetts rapper, Joyner Lucas, has finally released his long-awaited album titled ‘ADHD.’ This arrived after fans had been anticipating for the album to drop.
The 18-track album includes his ‘Will’ inspired by Will Smith which gave rise to a thrilling music video, the controversial ‘Devil’s Work,’ and collaborations with Logic in ‘ISIS,’ Chris Brown (Finally), Fabolous (Still Can’t Love), and Young Thug (The War).
The album has been long-awaited and was not released sooner by the rapper. While in an interview session with Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s Beats 1, Joyner Lucas revealed that reason for the album delay.
There was a lot of business stuff happening with me transitioning from getting off the label, becoming independent, stuff like that.
The long-awaited album has finally been released and Joyner Lucas aims at releasing more music.
He further said:
What I decided in 2020, I was gonna be one of the most consistent artists. I’m not really a huge fan of going on tour because it takes away from my focus of making music and I’m spending a lot of time away from my son…I decided not to go tour and I decided just to focus on music.
Get the official stream/download link here.