Bladee vinyl were listed for pre-order before they were swiftly removed – now fans are desperate to know when they’ll actually drop.
Swedish rapper Bladee is constantly dropping music. His latest song, alongside Ecco2k and entitled Amygdala, premiered on 19 January 2022.
A day later, fans were delighted to see he was dropping vinyl for all his albums. Unfortunately, it was a short-lived emotion as the listings were soon removed, implying it may have been an upload error – truly a rollercoaster of emotions.
Now we know Bladee vinyl exists, the real question is: when will they actually be available?
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Accidental vinyl pre-order listing
Eagle-eyed Redditors spotted British record shop Rough Trade uploaded Bladee vinyl listings on 20 January, showing pre-orders for Gluee (2014), Eversince (2016), Working On Dying (2017), Red Light (2018), and Exeter (2020).
Those who didn’t realise it was a mistake were convinced the LPs had sold out within a minute.
Fans have been waiting since 25 May 2021 when Bladee’s label, Year0001, announced his vinyl would be made available.
However, because of a worldwide vinyl shortage, Year0001 updated in August that the LPs weren’t ready yet but 2021 remained the aim. Obviously that didn’t happen, but the Redditor screenshots imply they will arrive in 2022?
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Bladee vinyl release date
Judging from the Redditor screenshots, there will be two different release dates.
Eversince, Gluee and Red Light will allegedly drop on 4 March, while Exeter and Working On Dying are scheduled for 11 March.
One fan who managed to order Red Light and Gluee claimed their payment will be processed on release date, so you’ve still got time to prepare for the hit to your bank account.
Each vinyl will cost £25.99, which is about $34 USD.