When does Rod Wave's new album drop? Fans excited about SoulFly

Olivia Olphin March 10, 2021
When does Rod Wave's new album drop? Fans excited about SoulFly
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Rod Wave just dropped his new single Street Runner and fans are loving the track. However, many are wondering – when does Rod Wave’s new album drop? We tell you exactly when you will get to hear Rod Wave’s newest album.

Who is Rod Wave?

Rod Wave is a singer and rapper, real name Rodarius Green. He was born in St Petersburg, Florida on 27 August 1998 and is 22 years old.

He is most famous for his first album, Ghetto Gospel, which was released in 2019. The Florida rapper signed a deal with Alamo Records, founded with Universal, a label that is known for promoting young rap talent.

Rod Wave’s most popular songs include Rags2Riches featuring ATR Son Son and Heart on Ice which have 112 and 163 million streams respectively.

Fans go gaga over new single, Street Runner

Fans are going crazy for Rod Wave’s new single Street Runner, released this morning, 10 March.

The lyrics are hitting many fans particularly hard.

When does Rod Wave’s new album drop?

With the drop of Street Runner, many fans are now hotly anticipating the release of Rod Wave’s new album, SoulFly. So, when does his new album drop?

There is good news for fans as Rod Wave has posted on his Instagram that the album is only two weeks away!

Rod Wave’s new album SoulFly is going to drop on 26 March and the musician has already shared the track listing on his Instagram.

Fans are going to get a lot more content as the album has 19 songs.

We can’t wait to hear more from the Florida rapper, but for now we will just have to keep Street Runner on repeat.

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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.