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General News / November 5, 2019

Noname announces new album dropping 2020

General News / November 5, 2019

Noname announces new album dropping 2020

One of Chicago’s finest has confirmed the news we all wanted to hear.

Having joined forces with fellow Mid-west natives Smino and Saba to release ‘Häagen Dazs‘ under the new supergroup alias Ghetto Sage just a few weeks ago, Noname has revealed that she will drop an album in the new year.

With one of the most poetic deliveries in the game, Noname first caught people’s attention while featuring on Chance The Rapper’s ‘Acid Rap’ early on this decade. She has since established hersef as one of the leading conscious rappers of the modern era, releasing back to back critically acclaimed projects.

Following the roaring success of ‘Room 25’ in 2018, Noname will bring her poetic notions that endeared her to so many on a brand new project. It’s not quite clear whether it is a collaborative project as part of Ghetto Sage or a solo album, but we are down for either one.

Here’s hoping it’s coming soon.

Photo Credit: Chantal Anderson