Gashi hit another career milestone this week with the release of his self-titled debut album.
The 16-track project was led by a number of singles, including “Creep on Me” with French Montana, “Safety” featuring DJ Snake, and “My Year” with G-Eazy. The Libya-born, Brooklyn-raised artist spoke about the project during a recent interview on The Breakfast Club, where he admitted to being nervous about its reception.
“I just don’t want to flop… It took so long to get here,” he said, before touching on Gashi’s sound. “This first album is basically my struggle. When you hear the album, you’ll be like, ‘Yo, he sounds different on every record.’ It’s because I’m so sick of hearing the same stuff over and over and over again. A lot of artists need to start switching it up, I feel. Because every Friday is a new artist.”
You can stream Gashi now on Apple Music and Spotify.
The artist will embark on a European tour at the end of November, with stops in Stockholm, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris.