This month, Bobby Shmurda will release new music.
Can Bobby release a full-length album or just a single song to tease his fans?
Bobby Shmurda has returned! To some extent, indeed...
Despite the fact that the Brooklyn-born rapper was released from prison in February after completing a six-year sentence, he has yet to release any new music. Shmurda's parole conditions were recently revealed, and despite the fact that they are highly stringent, he is still permitted to practice his art and release music. He hasn't, though. He's attended the NBA All-Star Game in Atlanta, hung out with Meek Mill in clubs, and even flew on a private jet with Quavo — all while wearing his mask snugly to prevent the coronavirus from spreading.
Bobby blessed the microphone almost six years ago. Fans hoping for new music from the "Hot N****" rapper should rejoice, as Bobby, real name Ackquille Pollard, revealed on Instagram early Saturday morning (April 3) that he'll be "dropping something this month." Bobby, dressed in a pink sweatsuit, wrote on his Instagram account, “Studio nite.” “Keep your wits about you, tops.”
In a previous story, a diamond-encrusted Shmurda Shmigo Gang chain is seen, along with the question, "Who ready for this ShmigoGang music to drop?" It's unclear whether the posts are linked, or whether the new music Bobby says he'll release will feature Migos and Rowdy Rebel. Bobby may even be working on something with Lil Durk. Durk spending time with Rowdy and Bobby was recently posted by DJ Akademiks. In March, the platinum-selling rapper spent time with Mike WiLL Made-it and Zaytoven, so it's likely he's also filmed with them.
Many believe Shmurda has yet to release new music since he is currently involved in a legal dispute with Epic Records, the label that signed him in 2014. Bobby is still classified as an Epic artist on the company's website, so it'll be fascinating to see how this plays out.
If Shmurda is still signed to Epic, he told REVOLT in 2016 that his relationship with the label is "strictly business, nothing more, nothing less." “I signed a deal, so I have responsibilities for them. Apart from that, it's all business. So, if they plan to fire me, I'll be self-sufficient and remain so. Apart from that, I'm already under contract with them.”