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Ye Ali drops new project ‘Private Suite 3’

The multi-talented artist puts together his third installment of his well-loved series.

Ye Ali ‘Private Suite 3’ cover art

With his Private Suite series arguably being the collection of songs that his supporters hold the most dear, Ye Ali has officially just treated fans with a surprise-drop of its third installment. The new body of work presents 16 tracks and enlists JAHKOY, DCMBR, Lyfe Harris, and others for features. On one of the solo tracks “Hot!” Ye Ali turns up the tempo and delivers a verse to make it known he’s good across different area codes:

In LA, they call me ‘him’, in DC, they call me ‘slim’. Lil’ Flip, David Banner, out in Texas like a pimp, ATL with the twins, purple cup, feel like Prince. Magic City, King of Diamonds, twerkin’ like a jungle gym. Way them cheeks move, shawty, I might pay your rent, oh. Oh, you still in college? Let me buy your books then. I might have to add you to my OnlyFans list. You was talkin’ all that shit, wеll, do it with no hands then.

Aside from his own music, Ye Ali has been seen recently in the production credits for projects like Jack Harlow’s That’s What They All Say on the Chris Brown-featured “Already Best Friends” as well as Fetty Wap and Monty’s You Know The Vibes cut, “Way Past 12.” He also recently grabbed a shiny new Platinum plaque for his contributions on “Stranger Things” by Joyner Lucas and Chris Brown, his first placement ever in his career.

While he’s locked in major wins for his skills behind the boards, Ye Ali boasts a handful of talents, including songwriting, and in a previous interview, he explained why he prefers to be called a producer although his pen is busy at work. “I write on almost everything I produce, in some way. I don’t like to label myself a songwriter. Producing, I think, is more of an acceptable term. It’s more broad,” he said. “Producers write the melody to the song. So whoever made the beat, if you’re singing their melody, that producer technically wrote the song too. He wrote the melody. So, it’s like that. It just covers all bases.”

Be sure to press play on Ye Ali’s new project Private Suite 3 down below.

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