070 Shake‘s sophomore album, You Can’t Kill Me, is finally out now via Def Jam Recordings and G.O.O.D Music. Comprised of 14 songs, previously released cuts such as “Web,” “Skin & Bones,” and “Body” appear on the project. It also boasts a lone feature from Christine and the Queens who appears on the latter.
You Can’t Kill Me serves as a follow-up to Shake’s 2020 debut album Modus Vivendi, which features previously released singles “Morrow” and “Nice to Have.” Released under G.O.O.D. Music, the project boasts production from Mike Dean, Francis and the Lights, Myles Williams, and more. It formally introduced fans alike to the name that had been bubbling from years prior through records like “Glitter,” Kanye West’s “Sky City,” and Fabolous “To The Sky” among others. This project, however, expands on 070 Shake’s identity as both an artist and creative genius.
“There’s way more attention to detail; it’s more of me and I’m more vulnerable. I even showed myself what kind of an artist I really am and what I’m capable of. It’s so reflective,” she shared with Highsnobiety speaking on the new album. “Not different for the purpose of it being popular, but for the purpose of it being real and existing. It’s a big leap forward.”
Listen to You Can’t Kill Me below.
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