KYLE is back on stage and announces the release of their fifth studio album “It’s Not So Bad”. In addition to the album, Kyle informs his audience of his upcoming US tour.
Kyle announces its 5 th album “It’s Not So Bad” and said it will be published as NFT
A year and a half after his last album “See You When I Am Famous” released in 2020, featuring Rich The Kid, K Camp, Bryson Tiller, Trippie Redd, Tyga, and more, Kyle is once again ready to deliver another work. He announced his fifth album titled ‘It’s Not So Bad’ on social media and explained how it will be a little different.
“’IT’S NOT SO BAD – MY FIFTH PROJECT – JANUARY 28,” he tweeted. He then added that, “Instead of sharing the royalties with the label, I’m going to sell this project as NFT to give my fans the opportunity to own this project with me. We are in the same boat. Forever and ever. “.
This year, Kyle released a bunch of singles that will be featured on this album, including “Love Me Like You Say You Love Me”, “Optimistic” with Dougie F, and “Sunday”.
And that’s not all. He also announced a 2022 tour known as the “I Miss You Tour” which will begin in Minneapolis on February 10 and end in his hometown of Venture on March 18, 2022.
As for the album “It’s Not So Bad”, it remains to be seen which artists Kyle will include in the project. We will probably know in the coming weeks, since there are less than two months before the official release of It’s Not So Bad.