PARTYNEXTDOOR won’t be releasing his Club Atlantis album in January as previously planned. The OVO Sound artist has announced a delay, pushing back the LP to February and switching its title to PARTYMOBILE.

“To the fans, I’m gonna need some more time to put the finishing touches on this album,” he wrote Twitter. “February… I promise the extra time will be worth it.”

He added, “The title of my album is PARTYMOBILE,” and pinned the tweet on his account.

Last November, PND declared his album would be released in January but never revealed a specific date it would drop. With the month coming to an end and no updates in recent weeks, the multi-platinum selling singer mitigated some fan disappointment by confirming the delay before Friday (January 31).

PARTYMOBILE, whenever it drops, will be PND’s first project since 2017’s Seven Days EP. His last full-length studio album, PARTYNEXTDOOR 3, was released in 2016.

Stream PND’s latest single “Loyal” featuring Drake below.

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