Roy Woods, the Canadian artist signed to Drake‘s OVO Sound label, is set to release his highly anticipated full-length album titled Mixed Emotions. It has been three years since his last EP, Dem Times, which served as a bridge between his debut album and his future musical endeavors. With Mixed Emotions, fans can expect a deeper exploration of Woods’ artistry.
The album is scheduled for release on Friday, July 28, through OVO Sound/Warner Records, creating excitement among his loyal fan base. The tracklist includes a diverse array of songs, totaling 17 tracks, each promising to offer a unique listening experience. Some of the highlighted tracks include “Made Mistakes,” “Hate Me” featuring Coi Leray, “That Thing” featuring Jada Kingdom, and “Unsettling” featuring Vory.
Leading up to the album’s release, Roy Woods has already dropped several singles, giving fans a taste of what’s to come. Notable singles include “Don’t Love Me,” “Don’t Mind Me,” “Test What I Know,“ and “Young Boy Problems.” The most recent single, “Test What I Know“ holds special significance for Woods, as he described it as one of his favorite songs, concluding a love story he has been telling throughout the album.
While details about a supporting tour have not been confirmed yet, fans remain hopeful that Roy Woods will take Mixed Emotions on the road for a live experience later in the year.
With the release of Mixed Emotions Roy Woods seeks to solidify his position as an artist who continues to evolve and explore new artistic directions, making a mark in the music industry. The album promises to deliver a mix of emotions and musical styles, capturing the essence of Roy Woods’ creative journey. Fans can look forward to immersing themselves in the world of “Mixed Emotions” and experiencing the full scope of Roy Woods’ musical artistry.