Listen: 6LACK “East Atlanta Love Letter”

6LACK is out with his latest album East Atlanta Love Letter. This will be 6LACK’s second album since the release of his debut project Free 6LACK in 2016.

Over the past few weeks, 6LACK picked up the promo of his East Atlanta Love Letter album, mailing out postcards to an exclusive group of fans. The 26 year old rapper came out as very enthusiastic for the release of East Atlanta Love Letter, stating that it was a blessing to even be talking about a second project.

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so i’m sitting here in the studio wit my niggas, thinking about everything that’s happened in the last two years and i always end up writing these long ass captions but fuck it. my new album, east atlanta love letter, is out and i hope you guys enjoy it. this is a continuation of a story i started two years ago and to even be talking about a second project is a blessing. i don’t have any expectations, i didn’t make this for any awards (but y’all are welcome to nominate a nigga 😂), i just did what came natural with the help of my amazing friends who happen to be producers. the only thing i think of everyday i wake up is making music that encourages people to feel and grow and communicate. i want to thank my daughter who can’t read this, but everything i do is for or inspired by you. i want to lead by example and leave behind the story of a father who not only loved you, but loved what he did, and served a purpose bigger than himself. i came a long fucking way from having nothing and i will never take it for granted. there’s so many people i want to thank but i don’t want to miss anyone. you all inspire me. let’s take this shit as far as we can. #eastatlantaloveletter 💌 link in bio

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The album is cooked up with 14 tracks including Nonchalant and Switch and will feature J. Cole, Offset, Future and Khalid while production was handled by T-Minus, Bizniss Boi, JT Gararin and Joel Little amongst others.

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6LACK’s East Atlanta Love Letter has been dubbed as a love letter to the rapper’s family, friends and past lovers. The album also explores concepts of love and empathy, which 6lack encourages fans to share on his website. Here’s what a few of the fans had to say:

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