Benny The Butcher will be making his Def Jam debut on August 11th with the release of his next studio album, Everybody Can't Go. Benny confirmed the release date during a recent interview with DTLR Radio. It will be his first album since 2022's Tana Talk 4, which was released through Griselda Records.
"I'm not gonna lie, this is the first time I've even announced this anywhere because this my first interview but August 11th. 'Everybody Can't Go.' That's the first time I've announced the date," Benny said. Elsewhere in the interview, he discussed working with Drake, his come up in Buffalo, and more.
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While Benny announced the release date during last week's interview, he previously confirmed that he was working on the project earlier this year. In an Instagram post from February, he wrote that Hit-Boy would be producing the album. “Sometimes the experience of the journey is a better feeling than reaching the destination. You won’t ever kno unless u make it there…but remember ‘EVERYBODY CAN’T GO,'” Benny wrote at the time. “The Album produced by @hitboy…Loading[.]“ The two previously connected on Benny's 2020 album, Burden of Proof. The album featured Lil Wayne, Dom Kennedy, Rick Ross, Conway the Machine, and more.
Benny is currently traveling the world on his Thank God I Made It tour. Stopping in Baltimore, last week, Benny surprised fans by bringing out J. Cole for a performance together. The two performed their 2022 collaboration, “Johnny P’s Caddy.” The song was featured as the lead single from Tana Talk 4 and was Benny's first song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. "Started the THANK GOD I MADE IT TOUR off right way in Baltimore bringing my boy out @realcoleworld," Benny wrote on Instagram after bringing out J. Cole. Benny will be stopping in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Ireland, Germany, Greece, and more in the coming weeks.
Benny The Butcher Reveals The "Everybody Can't Go" Release Date