New off his new EP The Play Don’t Care Who Makes It, 2 Chainz has reported his fifth solo studio collection, Rap or Go to the League.
Following a year ago’s Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, the venture means to handle some genuine and topical issues, as indicated by the host of Viceland’s “Most Expensivest” arrangement.
“With the tallness of racial strains in America, felt I ought to do my part in clarifying a portion of the mentally programming equations utilized as a part of my locale,” said 2 Chainz. “this next collection not just addresses the individuals who succeeded through amusement yet the individuals who didn’t!”
Tity Boi unveiled the new title in a hot air balloon that flew over Los Angeles this weekend. “It’s my version of black excellence,” he said. “In my culture, my community, [it was] one of the things that we were often told was the only way we could get out of the circumstances we were put in…[was to Rap or Go to the League].”
On Instagram, he added: “My 5th solo studio album and project that shows continued growth, success, and motivation which is playing a role in the shift of the trap paradigm.”
Rap or Go to the League is due later this year via Def Jam.