It’s been a good few years since we saw DJ Snake drop Encore in 2016. It has also been a while since we’ve been hearing talks about his sophomore album being near completion.
2019 has already seen the French DJ drop a number of releases with the most recent one being “Enzo” with his power collaborators Sheck Wes, Offset, 21 Savage and Gucci Mane. His earlier releases from the year also include “Try Me” with Plastic Toy, “SouthSide” with Eptic.
While he has been teasing a number of collabs in the works for this album, from potentially teaming up with Skrillex to Khalid, it looks like the wait might be coming to an end sooner than we thought. He took to Twitter yesterday to reveal to his fans that the album was 95% done.
ALBUM 95% DONE.
— DJ SNAKE (@djsnake) May 24, 2019
DJ Snake broke onto the international scene with his singles “Bird Machine” and “Turn Down for What” in 2013. Since then, in the past few years, the DJ and producer has gained worldwide recognition and made a name for himself. From coming up from the ghettos of France to being one of the most influential figures in modern dance music, DJ Snake has displayed his versatility with his array of releases over the years.
He also took to social media earlier this month with a short clip from his recent performance at Red Rocks to hype his fans up for the album.
Having released everything from pop music to dubstep and trap bangers, his collaborators have been as diverse as the genres of his releases. From Selena Gomez to Major Lazer, and Dillon Francis to French Montana, and more, in his few short years in the industry he has surely and steadily paved his way to stardom.
If his earlier releases from the year are part of the album or not still remains to be seen while we await the Tracklist and more release details. But stay tuned for more information and from the looks of it, the wait won’t be much longer.
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