Gunna has been on the road constantly for the last three months in support of his forthcoming fourth studio album, Drip Season 4. He started promoting it in August with the tune “9 Times Outta 10,” which he co-wrote with producer Taurus.
He released “Too Easy” with Future and Roddy Ricch after a month, which the producer reworked. Listeners were left wondering whether and when the CD including both songs will be published. He eventually answered on the first day of the new year.
“Pushin P,” a new track featuring Young Thug and Future, has been released, and Gunna has shared a video of what seems to be a music video for the song. “DS4 1-7-22 #HNY,” Gunna wrote in the caption, confirming that the album will be released on January 7.
Drip Season 4 will be Gunna’s first album since the end of the year when Wunna was released in 2020. It’s also the first time Gunna has published a new episode since Drip Season 3 in 2018.
When will Gunna’s fourth studio album, Drip Season 4, be released?
Gunna’s last Drip Season 4 segment was released on Spotify on January 7, 2022.
To convey New Year’s Day news, he posted a 46-second video on Instagram. The ad showed footage of Gunna out and about with her friends, with the caption “DS4 1-7-22 #HNY!! ” and a flurry of emotions.
A bust of Gunna’s face with a chain and a pair of fashionable sunglasses is shown in the artwork.
Gunna’s Previous Albums
In Drip Season, Gunna teamed with Young Thug, Lil Duke, and Nechie. He followed up with Drip Season 2, which featured Young Thug again, as well as Playboi Carti and Offset, who each contributed bars to the single.
He became a major player in the hip-hop business as a consequence of these albums and his debut EP, Drip or Drown.
Season 3 of Drip was released in 2018, and it was his most anticipated project. The fourteen-track EP contained features from Lil Durk, Nav, and Metro Boomin.
Three new songs were added to the deluxe version of the album, which was later released. Young Thug, Lil Baby, and Lil Uzi Vert were all featured on the tracks. For the deluxe singles, Turbo and Richie Souf joined the production crew.
Gunna continued to rule the scene with Drip Harder, Drip or Drown 2, WUNNA, and many appearances on YSL’s joint album Slime Language 2. He wanted to release many tunes in 2021, as well as cooperate with other YSL and hip-hop artists.