Don Toliver Shares ‘Love Sick’ Deluxe Album f/ Travis Scott, Future, GloRilla, Justin Bieber, and More (UPDATE)

'Love Sick' marks Don Toliver's third album. Soon he'll take the project out on the road as direct support on Future's long-awaited arena tour.

Love Sick album cover from Don Toliver

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Love Sick album cover from Don Toliver

UPDATED 2/28, 8:45 p.m. ET:Don Toliver didn’t waste any time unleashing his deluxe version of Love Sick.

The new iteration adds “Embarrassed” featuring Travis Scott,”“Luckily I’m Having” with Teezo Touchdown,” “No Pole,” and “Geronimo.” Love Sick (Deluxe) clocks in at 64 minutes with 20 songs; the four new tracks kick things off.

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Don Toliver is Love Sickon his new album, out Friday through Atlantic and Cactus Jack.

The album, Toliver’s third, has been expected by fans since last November’s rollout of lead single “Do It Right.” The track was also featured in Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 4 on Prime Video and later received an official video from director Alex Moors.

Love Sick also features the previously released singles “4 Me,” featuring Kali Uchis, and “Leave the Club,” featuring GloRilla and Lil Durk. Other collabs featured across the 16-track release include songs with James Blake, TisaKorean, Justin Bieber and Future, Wizkid, Charlie Wilson, Brent Faiyaz, and Toro y Moi.

Experience Love Sick in full below via Apple Music and Spotify. The album’s accompanying short film, meanwhile, launches today on Prime Video.

Don Toliver will soon join his “Private Landing” collaborator Future on the One Big Party Tour, which kicks off in New Orleans on March 9. The massive arena tour—ticket info for which can be found here—will also touch down in Dallas, Philadelphia, Oakland, and elsewhere.

In January, Toliver was recruited by Zack Bia for the new single “Hardcore,” which marked the Field Tripe Recordings co-founder’s debut as a producer. Toliver later looked ahead at what else fans can expect from his already stacked 2023 during a chat with Zane Lowe for Apple Music 1. 

“Man, the year looks amazing,” he said at the time, adding that he has “a lot of tricks up my sleeve” for the months ahead.

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