Fans won't have to wait too much longer for Reese LaFlare's next studio album.
Three months after dropping his Lil Skate for President EP, the Atlanta rapper announced the release date for Final Fantasy—the full-length follow-up to his 2018 self-titled debut album.
LaFlare teased the effort during a recent appearance on Highsnobiety's The Dropcast, confirming he was handling Final Fantasy without any features: "It's crazy and it's all me," he said. "Shout out to all my rapper friends and shit, but it's all me."
The album will feature production by Hit-Boy, Bizness Boi, Foreign Teck, and more. It is scheduled to release Nov. 8.
In conjunction with the project announcement, LaFlare released the video for his new track "Hol' Up." The visual, directed by David Wept, was inspired by Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill as well as Limp Bizkit and Method Man's "N 2 Gether Now" video. Check it out above.
Reese LaFlare was recently a guest on Sole Collector's Full Size Run, which you can watch below.