Recognized as one of Spotify’s top 50 most streamed artists in the world, Marshmello is once again whipping his fans into a frenzy by teasing the release of his upcoming album.
Following a busy 2020 that saw the masked deejay/producer/artist drop seveal top-notch collaborative releases including “Too Much” with Imanbek and Usher as well as teaming up with WonderLAnd over the holidays for their epic drive-thru event, Marshmello is expected to come through with his next, highly-anticipated project in 2021. To ready his fans, the “Silence” producer took to Twitter this week, posting a quick “hey my album is done” note.
After releasing his Joytime, Joytime II, and Joytime III albums that featured a collection of collaborations from the likes of YULTRON, Flux Pavilion, Crankdat, and other hard-hitting producers, fans hope that Marshmello remains true to his word with more details on the official drop date for the album release. While he previously promised an effort would drop in 2020, it now appears that the collection should arrive this year.
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