Rod Wave has announced a deluxe edition of his 'SoulFly' album, out August 27, while sharing a new single and video, 'Time Heals.'
St. Petersburg, FL Rod Waveis the latest name to join the deluxe edition trendas he readies a re-up of his SoulFly album. The St. Petersburg, Florida native took to Twitter on Wednesday (August 18) to announce an expanded version of his chart-topping third LP, which is set to arrive on Friday (August 20) via Alama Records. The deluxe version will tack nine new songs onto the original 19-track set, including collaborations with Kodak Black and Lil Durk. However, fans may not hear much from Rod Wave following the albums release as he hinted at taking a hiatus from music or possibly something more permanent. Dat deluxe Im dropping Friday Kut 2 Deep, he wrote. After dat Im gone. Dat deluxe Im dropping Friday Kut 2 Deep after dat Im gone RodWave (@rodwave) August 18, 2021 In any case, Rod Wave accompanied his announcement by treating fans to a new single and video ahead of his deluxe release. Produced by The Superiors & Co., MalikOTB, DKeyz and MarsGawd, Time Heals finds the Sunshine State rapper/singer wrestling with hate and heartbreak over piano-laced production. Despite the weight on his shoulders, Rod remains resolute: No, I wont cry bout it, I cant cry bout it/Heal my pain, I pull up in a new wide-body, he croons. Meanwhile, the Yawn Rico-directed video follows Rod Waves jet-setting lifestyle as he hits stages across the country, flosses a new set of grills and shoots the Before I Go music video with Kodak Black. Released back in March, SoulFly solidified Rod Waves star power by debuting at No. 1on the Billboard 200 with 130,000 first-week album-equivalent units. Impressively, 14 of the albums 19 songs charted on the Billboard Hot 100, with Tombstone and Street Runner cracking the top 20. The Polo G-assisted Richer peaked at No. 22.