Jadakiss Announces ‘Ignatius’ Album

blame it on Shake January 30, 2020

A new Jadakiss album is on the horizon.

Although it’s been five years since Top 5 Dead or Alive, Kiss has kept busy with a series of remixes and guest verses, teaming with Fabolous on Friday On Elm Street, and, of course, dropping Filthy America with The LOX.

Now, with a Roc Nation deal in place, the raspy one will be releasing his fifth solo album, Ignatius, on February 28th. The title is an ode to Ignatius “Icepick” Jackson, a Ruff Ryders A&R/producer who passed away in 2017.

“The project is beautiful,” Jada told hhdx. “It’s not like nothing out there. It’s not turn-up; it’s real pain… just real music. It’s real musical. It’s beautiful. You need it. I love how it’s put together sonically. I think my fans, old and new, will be able to really enjoy this body of work.”

Surely featuring the Bryan-Michael Cox-laced “ME,” Kiss will be releasing another single, “Kisses to the Sky” with Rick Ross and Emanny, tonight.

Until then, check out his time in The Smokebox with B-Real, below.