Russ never misses a beat when it comes to his weekly drops, and his latest one is a reminder that these consistent tracks serve as good check-ins about where he’s currently at in life. After providing nearly an album’s worth of tracks just this summer alone, Russ keeps the flow going today (Aug 20) with his latest release “THINKTOOMUCH.” On the track, Russ sings over a chill, self-produced beat:
Okay, maybe I think too much but that’s on me/ Hey, maybe I drink too much but that’s on me, maybe my problem is me, ha, my problem is me/ My problem is me, yeah, I’ll admit, tryna turn my brain off, wish that I was braindead/ ”Can’t believe you just said that”, is what my brain said
This year so far, Russ has released a surplus of songs across multiple genres, including “Italy,” “Fate,” “Misunderstood,” “Bankrupt,” “Small Talk,” “Status,” “3:15 (Can’t Breathe),” “Private” with Rexx Life Raj, “Money On Me,” “Lucky,” “Rather Be Myself,” “Satisfy,” “On The Way,” “Nothin’ I Won’t Do,” and “Cheers.” Outside of his own drops, Russ has also contributed to tracks like Jackboy’s “Own My Masters” and Blxst’s “Fck Boys.”
Back in 2020, Russ released his third studio LP SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE, his last under the Columbia Records imprint. Including its deluxe upgrade, SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE saw 21 tracks with features from Rick Ross, Bugus, Ty Dolla $ign, WESTSIDE BOOGIE, Kiana Ledé, Benny The Butcher, Devin The Dude, and Bia. The project was a top five success, peaked at number four on the Billboard 200 with 63,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week. Later that year, Russ then liberated the five-track EP CHOMP — his first official project since his return to independence. That short project saw top quality collaborations with guest verses from Ab-Soul, DJ Premier, Black Thought, Busta Rhymes, and much more.
Be sure to press play on Russ’ brand new track “THINKTOOMUCH.”