ScHoolboy Q delays release of new album following death of Mac Miller

ScHoolboy Q is slowing the launch of his newest album following the death of his friend and collaborator, Mac Miller.

The Compton rapper had intended to release the followup to 2016’s Blank Face LP later this year. But, these plans have changed, since he told fans attending his performance at House of Vans Chicago on Friday night.

“With my n*gga gone right now, I simply don’t feel right setting an album ,” ScHoolboy Q said. “As ’all can tell, I’m not my self. I shouldn be here right now. But like I said, my n*gga Mac wouldn’t desire me to maintain the home gloomy. I would be clowned by him . I’m now ’make it’s no way he would allow me become a bitch and to sit in the home. I’m not gon’ be a bitch. ”

“I’ma go back, and I’ma find out when I’ma place this album out, because y are going to get this album. I promise that. I’m simply not ready to walk in the radio station and the very first thing that they ask me is ‘So Mac Miller…’ I’m to address these questions. I’m not ready to place out nothing . I’damn sorry. ”

Miller along with ScHoolboy Q collaborated to a handful of tracks, such as “Planecarboat”, “Back Sellin’ Crack”, “Gees”, “Melt”, also “Friends”.

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