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"2018 will be awesome. I have a wonderful set of fans and every year I feel I get better with my craft. I just finished the album and I want to drop it this summer," Martin told Jamaica Observer.
The new album, which is still untitled, is to be released by VP Records. It is the follow up to Martin's 2017 release Big Deal, which was released in February last year.
"The album did well, and the support was very encouraging. Thanks to the fans and everyone who supported it," said Martin.
Big Deal features 17 tracks, including collaborations with Destiny Moriah, Busy Signal, Chip, and Tanto Blacks.
Like his Big Deal album, Martin says he had a say in the direction and production aspects of the forthcoming album.
"I always have an input in my career. I produced three tracks and the rest were produced by Robert Livingston, ZJ Chrome, and Chimney Records," he said.
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