KSI’s Second Album: Tracklist, Release Date & What We Know So Far
26 April 2021, 12:41
KSI dropped a huge clue online about his second album and here’s what we know about the rapper and YouTuber’s new EP, including his tracklist, release date and more.
KSI released his first-ever album ‘Dissimulation’ in May 2020 and ever since fans have been keen to hear more music from the internet star!
And he's finally announced a second album is coming in July, perfect timing for a much-needed summer playlist.
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So, here’s what we know about KSI’s brand new album including its release date, tracklist and more.
What is KSI’s second album called?
KSI's second album is called 'All Over the Place'.
After accidentally previewing some artwork at the end a video, fans were adamant it was the cover art for his second album as it showed an animated layout with the title, ‘All Over The Place’.
A few months on and his diehard followers were proved right!
We all saw it, the new album cover pic.twitter.com/lDqSTvN7Zo— Mohamed Enieb (@its_menieb) February 10, 2021
What will be on KSI’s second album tracklist?
KSI has finally given us a look at the tracklist and it's got enough collaborations to keep us fed the whole summer.
His track with Anne Marie, ‘Don’t Play’, is of course featured, as well as as song 'Patience' with Youngblud and Polo G.
Here's the complete tracklist on KSI's new album 'All Over the Place':
- 'The Moment;
- 'Number 2' ft Future and 21 Savage
- 'Patience' ft Yungblud and Polo G
- 'Don't Play'
- 'Really Love' ft Craig David and Digital Farm Animals
- 'Gang Gang' ft Jay1 and Deno
- 'Rent Free' ft Gracey
- 'Silly' ft Bugzy Malone
- 'Flash It' ft Rico Love
- 'No Time' ft Lil Durk
- 'No Pressure'
- 'Sleeping with the Enemy' ft S-X
When will KSI’s second album be released?
KSI's new album 'All Over the Place' is coming out on 16 July.
Fans can pre-order the EP now, and in the meantime we've got his Anne-Marie collab on repeat!
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