A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has dropped his anticipated debut album, The Bigger Artist.

The 15-track project features 21 Savage, Chris Brown, Kodak Black, Robin Thicke, Don Q and Trey Songz, PBN Rock and YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The album is the follow up to his TBA EP, which dropped last year.

In an interview with Billboard earlier this month, the rapper said this album features "different vibes" than his previous releases.

"It's gonna be kind of connecting to my other projects," he said. "Like, I started off throwing out Artist. I made that my first mixtape. Then, I threw out TBA, which means To Be Announced. Right now, it's The Bigger Artist. So it's all connecting. But I stopped doing that mixtape thing. I'm not really rocking with mixtapes no more. EPs and albums, that's it."

With two platinum records already under his belt, "My S---" and "Drowning," this year has been big for the rapper, even though he's said that he plans to go back to school at some point soon.

"Not right now, but even in a year," he told Billboard. "I gotta plan that out. Probably not even a year, I got some s--- going on right now."

Indeed, he just kicked off his tour, in support of the album, A Bigger Artist earlier this week. The tour wraps in December in London.

Peep his new debut album below.

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