Playboi Carti Gifts The World With "Whole Lotta Red" Ft. Kanye West, Kid Cudi, & Future

Just in time for Christmas, Carti finally shares his anticipated release.

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This album is a long time coming. No, your eyes and ears do not deceive you—Playboi Carti has actually released his highly anticipated project, Whole Lotta Red. He first announced the coming of this album back in 2018 following the release of his debut, Die Lit. The album would suffer a series of leaks that aided in its delay, and some fans had given up hope that WLR would ever reach streaming services.

After rumors and hints that Carti's coveted album would arrive on Christmas Day, it has finally materialized. The rapper previously revealed that Kid Cudi would be making an appearance, but other features on the album include Kanye West and Future, leaving much solo breathing room for Carti on the 24-track album. Whole Lotta Red arrives courtesy of Interscope and ASAP Rocky's label AWGE, so stream Playboi Carti's sophomore studio album and let us know what you think.


1. Rockstar Made
2. Go2DaMoon ft. Kanye West
3. Stop Breathing
4. Beno!
5. JumpOutTheHouse
6. M3tamorphosis ft. Kid Cudi
7. Slay3r
8. No Sl33p
9. New Tank
10. Teen X ft. Future
11. Meh
12. Vamp Anthem
13. New N3on
14. Control
15. Punk Monk
16. On That Time
17. King Vamp
18. Place
19. Sky
20. Over
21. ILoveUIHateU
22. Die4Guy
23. Not PLaying
24. F33l Lik3 Dyin

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