Stream PARTYNEXTDOOR's 'PARTYMOBILE' Album f/ Rihanna, Drake, and Bad Bunny

The effort marks his first studio album since 2016’s 'PARTYNEXTDOOR 3.'

PND 'Partymobile'

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PND 'Partymobile'

The PARTYMOBILE has pulled up.

Following years of teasers and multiple pushbacks, PARTYNEXTDOOR has finally unleashed his highly anticipated PARTYMOBILE  project. The effort marks his first studio album since 2016’s PARTYNEXTDOOR 3, and his first full-length release since 2017’s Seven Days EP. The latter, as its name suggests, was recorded within the span of a week; but when it came to creating PARTYMOBILE, PND was in no rush.

“I’m taking my time with this album,” he tweeted in November 2017. “It’s straight party & unapologetic.”

I’m taking my time with this album, It’s straight party & unapologetic.

— PARTYNEXTDOOR (@partynextdoor) November 22, 2017

PND hinted at a 2018 release, but later announced it would arrive in January of this year. However, the Canadian artist decided to postpone the album’s release to February, and then later to March, presumably for final touches.

To the fans, I’m gonna need some more time to put the finishing touches on this album. February... I promise the extra time will be worth it

— PARTYNEXTDOOR (@partynextdoor) January 29, 2020

Presave PARTYMOBILE album out March 27

— PARTYNEXTDOOR (@partynextdoor) February 28, 2020

Right before the final release, PND hosted a special live stream event in which he played the entire album and presented a visual experience. The listening party and visualizer will be followed by an afterparty beginning at 12:30 a.m ET. You can check out the festivities via Twitch.


PARTYMOBILE spans 15 tracks, including “Believe It” featuring Rihanna and the previously heard songs “Split Decisions,” "The News," the Drake-assisted "Loyal,” and the “Loyal (Remix) with Bad Bunny. 

"This album was inspired by the experience you get when riding in your car and you're listening to music by yourself," PND said about the project in a press release. "It is the soundtrack for those late drives."

The album is available to stream now on all major platforms, including SoundCloud.

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