Although the “Revenge” rapper jokingly swore up and down that COVID-19’s arrival has halted the debut of his new project for several more years, this didn’t seem to ring true. As of late, the word has gotten out that Joyner Lucas’ ADHD will be dropping this week. The fact at hand follows Lucas’ post on Instagram, which is a flick of his forthcoming album’s tracklist.
“12 am-midnight. 3/27/20,” he penned as the caption. The artwork takes a black-and-white approach to Lucas’ side-face headshot. ADHD seems to have 18 tracks and features from prominent artists like Young Thug, Chris Brown, King OSF, and Fabolous. The body of art will also include notable hits like “10 Bands” and Logic-featured “ISIS.” In the comment section, it seems like many fans are upset about an Eminem-less feature.
Down the timeline, Lucas’ put off ADHD’s arrival on different occasions. I, for sure, know that Lucas did a “double homicide, killed the beat and the verses,” on this project.
More recently, Lucas dropped a visual for his song, “Will” which pays respect to Will Smith‘s thespianism. In turn, Smith showed him some major love. In Smith’s last post, he said “Joyner Lucas, yo, that joint is crazy.!” and “Dude, I am humbled and honored. One of the lines you say in there, ‘you inspire people and you don’t even know it.’ It has been my intention from day one to go into the world and put positive energy and be able to use my creations to inspire and elevate and empower. I just love what you’ve done, it’s creative. Brother, I’m humbled and hope to meet you one day.”
ADHD will arrive on March 27th, 2020.