While everyone was celebrating Labor Day weekend, Jacquees decided to bless his fans with a new project titled Exit 68, named after the I-20 route leading into the singer’s hometown of Decatur, GA. The mixtape sees 16 cuts and a couple of features from FWB and Trey Songz, the latter of who joins Jacquees on the relationship-based standout “All On You”:
“And girl I’m the type to brеak the laws, but I abide whenеver you call, you want me next to you, don’t like to overthink it, you at home alone, at night it got you drinkin’/
But I’m comin’ home tonight, I wanna make up ‘cause you say I don’t do you right, girl we’re all we got, I know that I crossed your line, tell me where and I’ll be there at the drop of a dime.../”
Previously, Jacquees delivered his Christmas In Decatur EP back in December, which contained nine holiday-themed cuts for fans to enjoy. Just a month prior, he liberated his sophomore studio LP King Of R&B, which boasted 18 tracks and features from T.I., Lil Baby, Future, Summer Walker, Quavo, Tory Lanez, and more. His official debut, 4275, was released in 2018.
Currently, Jacquees is said to be working on his next album P.T.O.F., and took to social media to release that the title stands for Panties Thrown On The Floor. Speaking to REVOLT, he also revealed that that was working with Cash Money boss Birdman on a sequel to the 2016 mixtape Mood:
“As far as my process goes, I wouldn’t say he’s really involved because I’m my own creator. But, when it comes to me finishing the project, I always get his opinion before I drop. I always let him listen to the music, see what he thinks about the project. See if he likes it. Sometimes, I’ll ask him to put in order for me. He put Mood the order.”
Press play on Exit 68 below.