Fans of August Alsina have something to look forward to this week as the talented artist announced the release of his latest album, “Myself,” which is set to drop on Friday, March 10. Alsina gave his followers a sneak peek of the album through the official artwork and a short trailer that sheds light on the album’s meaning.
In the trailer, Alsina shares how he has grown from being a young boy to a resilient man due to his experiences and the adversities he has faced. “Myself” will be his first album since the release of “The Product III: stateofEMERGEncy,” a 27-track project featuring collaborations with Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti, Tink, and others.
Since then, August Alsina has been keeping his momentum going by releasing loose cuts and collaborations such as “Hrs and Hrs (Remix)” featuring Muni Long, “Shake The World,” “Beautiful Way,” and “Entanglements” with Rick Ross, which was loosely based on his relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith.
In a recent interview with ET Online, August Alsina talked about his mental health and how he dealt with it during his appearance on the reality series “The Surreal Life.” He explained that everyone is dealing with their trauma and pain in their own way, and being in a new space, environment, and around new people added to the emotions he was already carrying.
August Alsina’s announcement of “Myself” has sparked excitement among his fans, who are eagerly waiting for the release of the album. With the promise of more of Alsina’s unique and authentic style, “Myself” is set to be a hit, and fans can’t wait to hear what the artist has in store for them. Stay tuned for the release of “Myself” this Friday.