“August is going to be an exciting month,” Swae Lee tweeted last Wednesday. “That’s a promise.”
Swae delivered big-time. On Thursday night, the 24-year-old artist released a solo joint called “Sextasy” and the Drake-assisted “Won’t Be Late.” Tekno produced the former, while ChopsquadDJ and Mike Will Made-It handled the latter.
Rumors of the Drizzy collaboration began circulating Wednesday, after Mike Will posted a photo of his recent meeting with Interscope. As pointed out by HipHop-N-More, the image included a document that was titled “Swae Lee Meeting Agenda,” and included the names of two songs. If you take a close look at the bottom left corner, you’ll see that one of the records had a feature credit attributed to Drake.
Swae confirmed the tracks just hours before they arrived.
You can stream “Sextasy” and “Won’t Be Late” now on all major platforms including Apple Music and Spotify. Both tracks are expected to appear on the follow-up to Swae’s debut solo album Swaecation.
"With this project, I'm not playing," he told Billboard about his sophomore effort. "I'm stepping on n****s' throats. I'm gonna up the standards for these 2010-whatever artists. I'm gonna push the music forward."
Clearly, Swae has got big plans for his sophomore project. Here's hoping we get more material before he embarks on Post Malone's Runaway Tour next month. The trek will begin Sept. 14 in Tacoma, Washington, and wrap up Nov. 20 in Inglewood, California.