Jacquees will be releasing his upcoming EP "This Time I'm Serious" on March 2.
This time, he's serious. Jacquees previously hinted that his EP This Time I'm Serious would be dropping on February 16 but it was pushed back and he has announced a new date that we can all look forward to. A new post on his social media suggests that he will be dropping the project on March 2, one week from today. His long-awaited debut album 4275 is likely to follow the release of the upcoming EP as the singer is gearing up for a big year.
The fake release date may have just been a marketing ploy to plug the title of the EP, which claims that he's no longer playing around. It could be a stretch but sometimes, things line up too perfectly. The EP is set to feature T-Pain and Wale and will be six songs long.
In the post, Jacquees previews the expected third track on the EP, "Handcuff," in a studio session where he's visibly feeling the track. We can't lie, it sounds like a proper R&B hit with the Atlanta singer hitting some nice melodies in an ad-lib track and the main vocal sounding smooth.
Jacquees has been teasing this project for a while, even hinting at it when we met up with him last year. Check out the IG post below for a quick preview, as well as our interview with the artist and his freestyle session to pump you up for the upcoming drop.