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[LISTEN] Jacquees Shares New Music Ahead of His ‘Sincerely For You’ Album

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Jacquees is set to release his third solo studio album, another release on Cash Money Records. The Jacquees Sincerely For You album is executive produced by Future.  The album will be released on December 16th but Jacquees has already revealed the album’s full track list and the first singles from the project.

Jacquees’ album will feature appearances from Future, Dreezy, 6lack, Summer Walker, Tory Lanez, John O. Kee and 21 Savage.  The project features 17 tracks including the previous release “Say Yea.”

Jacquees shared the news on social media along with the caption: “This is sincerely for you, you, you, you and you and everybody who been there for me along the way! Thank y’all so much, thank you God my family, friends and FANS. This journey has been nothing short of incredible and we got way more to go! Get ready for some Real R&B Let’s Win.”

Fans can pre-save the Jacquees Sincerely For You album HERE.

Jacquees released two new singles to go with the album announcement.  One thing that can’t be denied is that he’s singing-singing on this project.  His growth as an artist shows. “It’s a new chapter, for sure,” he shares. “I’m rebranding by getting back to how I started. I’m having fun again. Of course, it’s still a job, but I’m having a really good time. I took a break from everything for a minute and I’m stepping out now.”

Watch the visuals for “Tipsy” and “Still That” below:

Jacquees Sincerely For You Album Track-List:

01.  Sincerely For You (Intro)
02.  Say Yea
03. Reason Why
04.  When You Bad Like That featuring Future
05.  Woman’s Worth
06.  Start Over
07.  Tell Me It’s Over featuring 6lack & Summer Walker
08.  I Remember
09.  Ya Body featuring Dreezy
10.  Be With You featuring Tory Lanez
11.  Way Too Many Shots
12.  Still That
13.  Tipsy
14.  Sex, Hennessy & R&B / Talking About You
15.  Stay There
16.  The Mud featuring 21 Savage
17.  One More Time featuring John P. Kee

Check out the visual for the previously released single, “Say Yea” below:

We’ll have the full album here once it drops.

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