Afro-pop singer, Runtown is getting ready to drop his much anticipated second project titled “Tradition”.
The SoundGod announced the new EP through an evocative experiential guide that was published through his official website. The project which will be released on Friday, May 31st is a follow-up to his 2015 debut album, “Ghetto University” which was released to wide acclaim.
‘Tradition’ is a six-track project that houses five new songs and one already released single, ‘Unleash’ which serves as a bonus track.
‘Unleash’ which features south-east London artiste, Fekky was released in June 2018 and is the only song that accommodates a guest contribution.
Check out album art and tracklist below:
On why he is dropping an EP instead of an album, Runtown said he didn’t see any difeerence between the two.
“For me there’s really no difference between an EP and an album,” he said.
“Example, last year, Kanye West, Pusha T and Nas put out albums that had just seven songs.
“Tradition” has six songs and it is what I truly feel like putting out at the moment. When it’s time for an album everyone will know.”
The singer also revealed that a week before the project drops, he will be putting out a new single, “Emotions” which is the second track on the EP.