Jacquees Drops Debut Album '4275' f/ Young Thug, Trey Songz, and More

It's now available on streaming services.


Singer Jacquees poses for a photo during his visit to Music Choice on June 13, 2018 in New York City.


Within the past few years, Jacquees has consistently rolled out new music projects, including multiple EPs, mixtapes, and a grip of stand-alone singles. Now, the 24-year-old Cash Money artist has reached a major career milestone with the release of his long-awaited debut album 4275.

The 18-track project dropped Thursday night, about a month after Jacquees officially announced its release date on social media.

“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.”

4275 includes the previously released singles “B.E.D.” and “Inside” featuring Trey Songz. The project also boasts appearances by Young Thug, Chris Brown, Dej Loaf, Jagged Edge, and more.

You stream the album now on Apple Music/iTunes, as well as Spotify.

Back in January, it was announced that Jacquees and Brown had a collaborative mixtape up their sleeves. Jacquees spoke about the mysterious project during a March interview with Rap Up, stating: “Me and Chris project is R&B. Chris got other projects that he workin’ on now where he’s doing a lot of rap […] but on this one, he really wanted to sing,” Jacquees said. “So, he was like, ‘We’re gonna kill ‘em with this R&B.’”

He continued “We recorded, like 15 tracks probably […] It’s an album. Of course we’re gonna call it a mixtape, but we’re selling it, so…”

Keep it locked as more details about the Jacquees x Brown project roll through. 

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