J.I.D Shares New Song "Dance Now" f/ Kenny Mason and Foushee

J.I.D unveils his new track "Dance Now" featuring Kenny Mason as excited fans await the arrival of his upcoming new album 'The Forever Story.'

The cover art for a new JID album is pictured

Image via Naskademini

The cover art for a new JID album is pictured

J.I.D’s new track “Dance Now” has arrived.

The track, featuring production by Christo, sees J.I.D enlisting the repeatedly proven guest vocal prowess of Kenny Mason and Foushee.

Stream “Dance Now” below via Spotify and/or listen via your preferred streaming service here.


On Tuesday, the track’s official video is also being rolled out. Catch the premiere below.

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“Dance Now” will appear on the upcoming Dreamville/Interscope release The Forever Story, which marks J.I.D’s third full-length studio album. The cover art for the new album, seen up top, centers on a shot captured by Naskademini. When unveiling the art on Instagram on Monday evening, the Montreal-based photographer said he put his “heart and soul” into the cover.

“I poured my heart and soul into this project,” Naskademini said, as seen below. “Thanks to [Dreamville] for making the Artist behind the cover art feel seen. And love to my brother [Felton Brown] for always believing in the yute. … This was a labour of love and couldn’t have been executed without my incredible team.”

In July, J.I.D and J. Cole gave fans the official video for D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape opener “Stick,” featuring Kenny Mason and Sheck Wes. 

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J.I.D’s feature on Joey Badass’ 2000 track “Wanna Be Loved,” meanwhile, was recently highlighted by Complex as being among the best songs of its given release week. Joining the collab in the July 22-dated roundup were tracks from Lil Uzi Vert, Megan Thee Stallion with Future, Flo Milli, Nardo Wick, and more. See the full list here.

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