Ab-Soul Album Release Date Set: These Days

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Black Hippy member and Top Dawg Entertainment artist Ab-Soul has finally been able to grace fans with a release date of June 24th for his third solo album titled "These Days."

Ab-Soul gave fans a taste of the album with Stigmata, featuring Action Bronson who is just one of the artists that is rumored to be featured on the album along with TDE mates Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q. Ab-Soul took to twitter voicing his frustrations about the delay of his album and even threatened to leak the project as a mix-tape instead.

That's when Anthony Tiffith took to twitter giving fans the opportunity to choose the release date, clearly annoyed with the constant badgering of fans on a release date Tiffith offered June 3, 10, 17 or 24.

On May 30th Ab-Soul released the music video for Stigmata which shoes him carrying a cross up a hill with a crown of thorns as the video concluded, the album art and released date was shown.

The only question remains, if fans were so eager to have the album why did they go out of the way to choose the latest date?

With all of the commotion around the project it would be a terrible shame if "These Days" did not live up to its hype.

Danny Brown is said to be another artist featured on "These Days" along with Mac Miller whose studio was used to record most of the album according to Billboard.com.

Look out for the album "These Days" as well as the "Long Term Mentality 3" mix-tape which Ab-Soul has confirmed will also be released sometime this year VIA Twitter.