The singer just wrapped his last studio session.
4275, the debut album from Atlanta-based R&B singer Jacquees is complete, according to a tweet from the rising R&B artist. "Just leaving the studio," he wrote Saturday. "ALBUM DONE." Earlier this week, Jacquees revealed that he was in the home stretch of the album process. "In the studio putting the final touches on my album with Donell Jones," he said. On Friday, he suggested that he was waiting on one feature. As of Saturday, it's a wrap.
Jacquees released two free mixtapes earlier this year: the solo effort Since You Playin' and the collaborative project with DeJ Loaf Fuck A Friend Zone. In our February interview with the singer, he spoke of his upcoming debut. "4275, that's the debut album, 4275, that's where I grew up in Decatur," he said. "I ain't gunna give away none of the features on the album cause the features crazy." 4275 does not currently have a release date.
Jacquees appears on Young Thug's new project Beautiful Thugger Girls. Watch our On The Come Up episode with the singer below.