Joyner Lucas Announces Release Date For ‘ADHD’ Project
Joyner Lucas ADHD: Joyner Lucas has announced a release date for his album, ADHD. There has been a lot of silence surrounding the release of his album. He discussed the album, while on an interview with Zane Lowe’s Beats 1.
He announced that the album will be released in March. He also said that it was a difficult transition from a signed to an independent artist.
“Before March is over, ADHD will be out in its entirety,”
He also said a lot of things about the song, Revenge.
“I was in a bad mood when I did that song,” he laughs. “It’s always fun, man. This music stuff to me is always fun. It’s not a job for me. It’s my life, it’s like a hobby.”
“I never really felt like I had to rush to release an album,” he continues.
He also stated that he waited for his situation to be better before dropping the album.
He also pledges that 2020 will find him emerging as one of the game’s most consistent artists. “There’s a lot of fans that don’t like [increments],” says Joyner. “It’s in the culture to give somebody a full body of work, something they can digest – pause. After I release ADHD, from that point on I plan on releasing another two projects in March. Full bodies of work. Let’s go.”
He also stated that half of the album is already been released, already.
“Again, the reason I had to do it like that is a cause of the transition I was making,” he confirms. “I apologize for the inconsistency I’ve shown throughout the majority of my career. 2020 I’m not touring, it definitely messes me up too. It takes away from my focus on making music.” Check out the full conversation below.