Marshmello took to Twitter today to drop an atomic bomb of an announcement for his fans.
The masked EDM and pop superstar is releasing a new album in 2020. His tweet was succinct, but far from cryptic. "New album this year," he wrote, followed by a green checkmark emoji.
Mello's last full length album arrived over a year ago in July 2019, when he dropped Joytime III, a mammoth dance record that featured collaborations with Slushii, Yultron, Wiwek, TYNAN, Crankdat, Flux Pavilion, Elohim, and A Day To Remember, among others. Back in September of that year, he sent his diehard fanbase into a tizzy when he teased the album's follow-up, tentatively titled Joytime IV, before doing so again in April 2020 by sharing the news that the record was "80% done." Considering his penchant for high-profile collaborations, fans are safe to expect a litany of them on the forthcoming Joytime IV.
At the time of writing, Marshmello nor anyone from his camp have divulged any further information about the album, including a release date. You can check out the announcement below.
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