The YouTuber, boxer, and rapper KSI’s second album, “All Over The Place” is ready to top the charts. KSI second album features singers like 21 Savage, Future, and more. How can we not be excited? Last year, he debuted with his first studio album, Dissimulation. It was one of the best-selling albums in the UK. Moreover, most of its tracks occupied the UK Singles Chart. Hence, his fans are eagerly waiting for his new album to create the same magic.
KSI released the deets on his new album back in April. However, the 27-year-old Youtuber has been frequently updating his fans regarding the new album. Moreover, KSI has recently dropped a new single “Holiday” with a brand new MV. Thus, we will make sure to keep you updated with fresh updates on KSI’s second album, All Over the Place.
The release date, tracklist, and other details on the album are out. The Youtuber turned rapper recently shared that he has been experimenting with his singing. And in the new album, we will be able to hear more of his vocals.
The album is arriving in the summer to hype you up and cool you down as well. So, when is KSI’s new album releasing?
KSI Second Album Release Date
KSI’s second album is releasing worldwide on July 16, 2021. The tracklist features collaborations with rappers like 21 Savage, Future, and more. The London-based Youtuber, boxer, and singer have already dropped three tracks from the album. ‘Patience’ (featuring Yungblud & Polo G) and ‘Don’t Play’ (feat. Anne-Marie & Digital Farm Animals) were released by the rapper earlier. However, he recently released ‘Holiday.’ But this time, he also uploaded a brand new MV.
The long list of featured artists on the album includes Yungblud, Polo G, Anne-Marie, and Digital Farm Animals. Moreover, Craig David helped KSI with ‘Really Love,” while ‘Silly’ features Bugzy Malone. Also, Future and Savage 21 will shoot fiery rap with the Youtuber in ‘Number 2.’
Rico Love will feature on ‘Flash It,’ whereas Lil Durk appears on ‘No Time.’ Undoubtedly, the album is filled with talented artists besides KSI.
Fans can order the EP now. And until then, make sure to jam on the newly released songs from the album.
Here is the complete tracklist:
‘Number 2’ (Feat. Future & 21 Savage)
‘Patience’ (Feat. Yungblud & Polo G)
‘Don’t Play’ (Feat. Anne-Marie & Digital Farm Animals)
‘Really Love’ (Feat. Craig David & Digital Farm Animals)
‘Gang Gang’ (Feat. Jay 1 & Deno)
‘Rent Free’ (Feat. Gracey)
‘Silly’ (Feat. Bugzy Malone)
‘Flash It’ (Feat. Rico Love)
‘No Time’ (Feat. Lil Durk)
‘Sleeping With The Enemy’ (Feat. S-x)
Last month during an interview, KSI talked about his upcoming album and made some reservations. The 27-year-old rapper said that it will blow everyone’s mind. Moreover, he shared that his recent project clubs all the genres together – rap, drill, grime, and pop.
KSI Talks About Holiday and His New Album
KSI recently dropped a new track from his unreleased new album. While talking about the track, he opened up about his thoughts on his new project.
“Well, ya boy coming through with yet another unexpected track. This one is called Holiday.” KSI said. He further said that in the track he is more about vocals than rap as he sings about his significant other, and every time he’s with them, it feels like a holiday- a break from daily life.
Earlier, he talked about how is super excited to share the new album with everyone. KSI confessed that he has improved everything that was wrong with Dissimulation. From singing to writing to beats, he has improved everything in “All Over The Place.” Also, he confessed that he is now more comfortable with the mic. The album is a combination of hard work and passion, and KSI is proud to be releasing it.
Dissimulation stood at number 2 on the UK Albums Chart. And with KSI’s second album being better than it in everything, we can see it topping all the music charts.
KSI will be performing this summer at Reading & Leeds festivals before he leaves for a UK headline tour in October. You can grab the tickets for those dates here. Later, he will play London’s Wembley Arena on February 25, 2022.