There have been leaks and rumors galore, with anticipation levels soaring through the roofs with regards to this matter. But DJ Snake just laid it all to rest by announcing the artwork and release date for his sophomore album Carte Blanche.
Following up his 2016 album release, “Encore” which was packed with many a hit; From ‘Let me Love You” with Justin Beiber to “Ocho Cinco” with Yellow Claw, Snake had a number of top collaborators joining him on the album. This has lead to the expectations from his new album to only soar higher.
Carte Blanche ~ July 26th pic.twitter.com/KRNaQA8a9t
— DJ SNAKE (@djsnake) July 16, 2019
The album artwork features the top corner of the landmark Arc De Triomphe, atop which DJ Snake had DJ’d in 2017. Set for release on Geffen Records on July 26, DJ Snake has been hyping up his album since a while now.
With a number of chartbusters from the album already released, like “Taki Taki” with Cardi B, Ozuna, and Selena Gomez and the most recent one “Loco Contigo” with J Balvin and Tyga, this promises to be a stacked album.
While Snake himself has remained tightlipped on the tracklist, a leaked image of the potential tracks on the album that was doing the rounds on Reddit showed some super interesting collaborations with his Pardon My French crew Tchami, Mercer and Malaa as well as ZHU, Zomboy and more. The leak had also shared the correct label on which the album would drop along with the accurate release date which is now confirmed true.
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