PND seems to be revealing song titles one day at a time.
PartyNextDoor has begun to reveal what appear to be song titles and artwork on Twitter and Instagram. The Toronto singer has now shared three posts, each assigned a day and a number. Curiously, Tuesday's post, which revealed an upcoming collaboration with Halsey, has since been deleted.
1) "Bad Intentions" [DAY ONE]
2) "Never Played Me" [DAY TWO]
3) "Damage" (W/ Halsey) [DAY THREE]
DAY ONE— PARTYNEXTDOOR (@partynextdoor) September 23, 2017
1.) Bad Intentions pic.twitter.com/q4mPb6g6d0
DAY TWO— PARTYNEXTDOOR (@partynextdoor) September 24, 2017
2.) Never Played Me pic.twitter.com/4BmNpaG3Z4
PARTYNEXTDOOR posted this on Instagram and Twitter (but it looks like both posts have been deleted) pic.twitter.com/ffDQoOcjxk— Halsey Updates🖤 (@HalseyUpdateCA) September 25, 2017
PartyNextDoor's forthcoming project Club Atlantis was announced on a Billboard in Toronto's Union Square this summer. In July, he revealed that he has collaborated with Kanye West, Ne-Yo, and T-Pain on new material. He was later pictured alongside Kanye in an additional post.
Could the song titles Party is revealing be the tracklist for Club Atlantis? It seems possible, but we'll have to wait for official confirmation.
PartyNextDoor is currently on tour with Halsey and Charli XCX, which explains the announcement of a collaboration. However, it's not clear why he deleted the tweet after the fact. Within the last month he has released "Cartier," a Jadakiss collaboration, and "Own Up To Your Shit," a song which fans have speculated addresses his ex, Kehlani. In August he released 4 songs ("Break Me Down," "Damn," "Naked," and "Put It On Silent"). In June he released the Colours 2 EP. On top of all that, the singer also appeared on big radio singles from Major Lazzer and Zayn Malik.
Stay tuned to PND's social media to see what he announces next. Either way, at the rate he's going, we should be hearing more from him very soon. Albums from fellow OVO signees Majid Jordan, DVSN, and Roy Wood$ are also expected to arrive in the near future.