Don Toliver has established himself as one of hip-hop’s fastest rising stars. Since the release of his 2018 mixtape, Donny Womack, the Houston rapper has gained more and more mainstream attention, thanks in large part to big-name co-signs from Eminem, the Weeknd, and Travis Scott, who signed Toliver to Cactus Jack Records in August 2018.
On Thursday, the 25-year-old rapper came through with his much-anticipated debut album Heaven or Hell, which he called “the greatest album to come out this decade.”
Toliver spoke about the project during a recent appearance on Sway in the Morning, where he provided a brief explanation of the Heaven or Hell title.
“I’m a Gemini, and I wanted to go about it a different way …” he said. “It’s more just, like, the music has a lot of duality in it—a lot of different vibes. I’m not in a box with the album. It’s up-down, here and there.”
Heaven or Hell includes titles like “After Party,” “Cardigan,” “Can’t Feel My Legs,” and the previously released “Had Enough.” It also boasts production from WondaGurl and Mike Dean.
You can stream the project now on Apple Music or Spotify below.
Toliver will hit the road this spring for the Weeknd’s After Hours Tour. He’ll perform during the North American leg alongside Sabrina Claudio.