Benny The Butcher says that he's moving away from boom baps beats with his upcoming album, Everybody Can’t Go. He explained the direction of his new music during a series of posts on Twitter, Sunday. Many of Benny's fans weren't happy with the news.
"NO…my album won’t be loaded up with boom bap beats… I did that already… the sound watered down too much y’all can have that shit," he wrote in one post. He added: "I’m talkin all this shit but the beats that are boom bap are OD boom bap. I did everything on this album." Fans quickly became worried about what to expect from the highly-anticipated project.
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When one fan theorized the decision was made at the behest of Def Jam, Benny fired back: "Lol I swear y’all don’t kno NOTHIN bout the record business…On Machine Gun Black no label executive EVER spoke to me bout makin hits switchin beats EVER. this a narrative y’all like but nah." He added in another post: "Who’s forcing what ? 5 to 50 & 3:30 both Al & Daringer produced records plus Thowy’s Revenge….not boom bap and some of my biggest solo joints…y’all twitter goons (lol) tryna draw that narrative that I’m forcing it but I do it with ease and BEEN givin y’all trap records right under yall."
Benny previously revealed that he's been working with Hit-Boy on the production of the project. It will be the second time that the two have teamed up on a full project, following 2020's Burden Of Proof.
Benny The Butcher On "Everybody Can't Go"
Benny announced that Everybody Can’t Go will be releasing on August 11th during an interview on DTLR Radio, earlier this year. It will be his first studio album released under contract with Def Jam and his first project overall since 2022’s Tana Talk 4.