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It’s only been a month since Jacquees released his long-awaited debut album 4275, and the Cash Money signee is already giving fans more.  

On Tuesday, the Atlanta crooner uploaded four new tracks to SoundCloud—“FYB - Pull Up,” “Who’s,” “Jump on It,” “Put Your Game on Me"—with the same artwork.

If there was any concern that the consistent rollout of new music, EPs, mixtapes, and singles would slow after the 24-year-old dropped his album, Jacquees' new release should put those fears to rest. The tracks feature a mix of singing and rapping from, ranging from R&B cuts to energetic bars over uptempo beats.

Listen to the new tracks below.

4275 dropped June 15, with 18-tracks and appearances from Young Thug, Chris Brown, Dej Loaf, Jagged Edge, and more. It’s unclear if these new songs are rejects from the album or if he returned to the studio immediately to whip up some more tunes.

“4275 Wesley Hall Drive, Decatur, Georgia. That’s where I grew up, where everything started happening for me,” he told Complex in 2017. “I gave me my first talent show over there, started taking music seriously. The album is not an autobiography, with me talking about my life. I’m just telling you how I’m cut.”

Tyler, the Creator recently shared his love of 4275 track "No Validation” by adding his own verse.

With these new drops, Jacquees continues to be one of the more prolific, multi-faceted artists from the South.

This week, Birdman announced the label of Cash Money West and the signing of Long Beach native Saviii 3rd.