Woman emcee and songwriter Rubi Rose has seemingly hinted at her sophomore album. The woman emcee, who rose to far-reaching prominence in the U.S. through various hard-hitting rap records including “I Like”, “Big Mouth”, “Twork”, “He In His Feelings” and more, has revealed a tentative tracklist which might make its way to a full-length rap record.
Produced by Grammy-nominated rap superproducer Vory, born Tavoris Javon Hollins Jr. and recognised for his extraordinary body of work “Everything Is Love” by The Carters – the historic Hip-Hop duo helmed by Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Rose has teased at least eight rap records in the works – “Why Lie”, “Balance”, “Too Expensive”, “Who Don’t Like Me”, “Damaged”, “Love U”, “Need No Help” and “Hollywood’s Bleeding”.
However, Rose fell short of revealing any further details about her upcoming music. The development arrives amidst high anticipation by Rose’s fans across the globe.
Rose, who is currently being sued for damaging art pieces while filming the “Twork” music video at a Los Angeles-based artspace, hasn’t released a full-length project since her sprawling debut album “For The Streets” in 2020.
More on the story as it unfolds.
Watch Rubi Rose’s hard-hitting visual treatments and stream her debut LP “For The Streets”.