Royce 5’9 Reveals ‘The Allegory’ Tracklist, Release Date

blame it on Shake January 17, 2020

With Book of Ryan still in heavy rotation from 2018, Royce 5’9″ is gearing up to bust our heads open again with his upcoming album, The Allegory.

Unlike any of his previous releases, Royce will not only be rapping his ass off, but the Detroit native will also be handling the album’s production.

After kicking things off on “Black Savage” with CyHi the Prynce, Sy Ari Da Kid, T.I. and While Gold, Royce followed things up with a new track called “Overcomer” with Westside Gunn. And now, he’s unveiled the album’s tracklist and release date: February 21st via eOne/Heaven Studios.

Locked in at 22 tracks, including a handful of skits and interludes, the album comes equipped with features from Conway, Benny the Butcher, Oswin Benjamin, Kid Vishis, DJ Premier, Vince Staples, G Perico, Grafh, KXNG Crooked,Emanny, Ashley Sorrell, and Cedric the Entertainer.

Check out the complete tracklist below and while you wait for the album to arrive, Royce also has a few features (and production credits) on Eminem’s surprise album, Music To Be Murdered By.

  1. “Mr. Grace (Intro)”
  2. “Dope Man” f. Emanny & Cedric the Entertainer
  3. “I Don’t Age”
  4. “Pendulum” f. Ashley Sorrell”
  5. “I Play Forever” f. Grafh
  6. “Ice Cream (Interlude)”
  7. “On the Block” f. Oswin Benjamin & DJ Premier
  8. “Generation Is Broken”
  9. “Overcomer” f. Westside Gunn
  10. “Mrs. Grace (Interlude)”
  11. “Thou Shall” f. Kid Vishis
  12. “FUBU” f. Conway the Machine
  13. “A Black Man Favorite Shoe (Skit)”
  14. “Upside Down” f. Ashley Sorrell & Benny the Butcher
  15. “Perspective (Skit)”
  16. “Tricked” f. KXNG Crooked
  17. “Black People In America”
  18. “Black Savage” f. Sy Ari Da Kid, White Gold, CyHi the Prynce & T.I.
  19. “Rhinestone Doo Rag”
  20. “Young World” f. Vince Staples & G Perico
  21. “My People Free” f. Ashley Sorrell
  22. “Hero” f. White Gold

On top of the news, Royce also sat down with our guy Lowkey on Beats 1 to discuss the album, the NFL/Jay-Z’s Inspire Change initiative, and more.