Cordae takes inspiration from Steve Jobs to announce his next album From a Bird’s eye view

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Last July, Cordae kept his fans going with his four-track EP Just Until… On Wednesday, the rapper announced the release of his second album From a Bird’s Eye View on January 14 via Atlantic Records. 

Steve’s manner

It was while parodying Steve Jobs in his black turtleneck (like at an Apple conference) that the rapper from Maryland broke the news. “This is a day that I have been looking forward to for two and a half years, ” he said. “As a creative and an innovator, we must always strive to surpass ourselves. And that being said, I present to you my second set of works, From a Bird’s Eye View. Wow, check this out. Isn’t she beautiful? It arrives on January 14, 2022. Save the date. “

Heavy bass tones. 

During an interview with XXL in July, Cordae described the album as “bassline heavy” and revealed that Stevie Wonder, Raphael Saadiq, Terrace Martin , Jake One and Kid Culture were among the collaborations. “It’s always scary when I release an album because you inject all your heart, your feelings, your deepest, most transparent, most vulnerable moments … so that others judge and listen,” he said. admitted. “But when I’m on this road and these kids start talking to me and telling me how my music has helped them through very dark spaces in their lives, it lets me know that this is my calling. ” 

The tracklist contains 14 songs, including the previous Super , Gifted with Roddy Ricch and Sinister with Lil Wayne.

Regarding his professional ambitions, he said: “  I have to enter the Hip Hop Hall of Fame. I would love to have an EGOT… I want to be the biggest and most influential artist. This is my ultimate goal. The next artist in 2035 will say Cordae inspired him. ” 

Cordae’s debut album The Lost Boy was released in July 2019 featuring Pusha T, Meek Mill, Chance The Rapper, Ty Dolla $ ign, Anderson .Paak and Arin Ray. Debuting at No. 13 on the Billboard 200 chart, the LP was nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2020 Grammy Awards, with Bad Idea  also nominated for Best Rap Song.

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