Playboi Carti Says He's Dropping a New Project 'In the Next 60 Days' With No Features

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Playboi Carti performs in concert during "The Decent Exposure" tour opener at Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood on July 9, 2019 in Atlanta. 

Playboi Carti has been teasing his highly anticipated Whole Lotta Red project since 2018, and we may finally have a timeline as to when the Die Lit follow-up could finally arrive. During his performance in Milwaukee on Saturday night, Carti paused his set to tell The Eagles Ballroom crowd that he's trying to drop his next project "in the next 60 days."

The announcement drew a large cheer from concertgoers. Carti continued to detail that the effort will be without any features, which didn't go over as well with the fans in attendance. "I ain't gon' lie. It feels like we worked too hard for this moment. So, I'ma do this shit with no features," Carti stated.

During a June cover story with The FADER, the 22-year-old explained that he was sitting on an entire project with Metro Boomin' and had collabs with Gunna and Trippie Redd in the stash. "I could be done if I wanted to. I'm just trying to top shit," he said of Whole Lotta Red's delay. "I might make the hardest song ever tomorrow."

Watch Cash Carti's announcement below. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

‪Playboy Carti dropping some new music in the next 60 days. NEED IT or KEEP IT‬

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