The Canadian rapper recently detailed his much-anticipated new album, "PARTYMOBILE," which might arrive in February.
PartyNextDoor took to Twitter to announce that he was still adding the final touches to his third studio opus, which was believed to be titled "Club Atlantis."
"To the fans, I'm gonna need some more time to put the finishing touches on this album. February... I promise the extra time will be worth it," he said in a statement, alluding to a previous tweet in which he announced that the long-awaited LP would arrive this January.
PartyNextDoor first told fans that he was not rushing the release of his fourth studio album back in 2017, tweeting "I'm taking my time with this album, It's straight party & unapologetic."
I'm taking my time with this album, It's straight party & unapologetic.— PARTYNEXTDOOR (@partynextdoor) November 22, 2017
Details about "PARTYMOBILE" are still scarce to this date, although the full-length will follow 2016's chart-topping "PartyNextDoor 3."
The "Come and See Me" vocalist returned to the music scene after two years of relative absence in November 2019.
At the time, PartyNextDoor unveiled the singles "The News" and "Loyal," in which he reconnected with his frequent collaborator and OVO founder Drake.
Earlier this January, the musician dropped the accompanying claymation video for "Loyal," directed by William Child, in which he is sent off on a rescue mission for his native city of Toronto.
Since the release of his sophomore album, PartyNextDoor put out a couple of EPs, respectively entitled "Colours 2" and "Seven Days," in 2017.
He also contributed to Summer Walker's "Just Might," Jay Park's "Fade Away" and City Girls' "Trap Star."