Roy Woods Drops 'Mixed Emotions' Album with "Hate Me" Featuring Coi Leray

The album is out now on OVO Sound.

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Nearly six years after the release of his last album, Roy Woods has returned with his latest full-length project Mixed Emotions.

Woods largely handles vocals of the album by himself but enlisted Coi Leray, Jada Kingdom, and Vory on three different tracks.

Many producers are scattered across the project though some recognizable names include Raahim, T-Minus, K. Forest, and 40, who provided the beat for "Don't Mind Me."

Mixed Emotions covers familiar territory as the majority of the 17 tracks cover topics such as failed love, insecurity, and, his love for Toronto.

Woods had previously released several singles leading up to the album including "Test What I Know," Don't Mind Me," "Young Boy Problems," and "Don't Love Me."

The Toronto crooner is also dropping a song for the Coi Leray-assisted "Hate Me."

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It's been a busy summer for OVO as Woods' new album follows Smiley's I Did What I Did a week ago and Drake's For All the Dogs is set to drop within this summer.

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