DJ Drama has shed information about his forthcoming album I’m Really Like This and gives fans an insight into the major names expected to be on the album.
The famous Gangsta Grillz DJ posted several pictures in his Instagram this Thursday (November 10) that showed him at his work on the project in his studio. In the post, Drama suggested that the album’s release much sooner than later.
“ALBUM MODE IM REALLY LIKE THAT COMING SOON GEN*NOW,” the rapper wrote.
DJ Drama’s slideshow contained images of a heavily edited tracklist written on whiteboard. A closer look, however it reveals a myriad of A-list potential features, such as Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, Offset, Lil Durk, Roddy Ricch, Jack Harlow, Freddie Gibbs and Doe Boy.
The details of the album aren’t available It’s Really Like That is DJ Drama’s debut solo album since the release of Quality Street Music 2, which featured appearances by Lil Wayne, T.I. Young Thug and many more.
The announcement of the album coincides with a busy period for Drama. In the past couple of years this Philadelphia native has revived his loved Gangsta Grillz series with several top-of-the-line releases from The Creator, Tyler The Creator J. Cole as well as Dreamville, Snoop Dogg, Jim Jones, Symba and many more.
Snofall has been an extended wait for the duo especially due to their previous problems. On a recent appearance of The Breakfast Club, Jeezy spoke about his disagreement and DJ Drama and how they eventually solved the issue.
“It got real bro, it got really real,” said the man. “The beef was over Drama had someone that was managing him, but he was trying to be an artist too, and he kinda got into Drama’s ear about a lot of things, and just started to build this toxic environment of he said she said.”
He added: “I think Drama decided that he should go with the group because I believe the homie at the time was muscular or something else I’m not sure. There was something that took place in the club, which I don’t be sure, but I’ll say it anyway. The situation got worse as time went on.”
Jeezy continued to say that, over time both he and Drama could grow and see that there were other important things to think about.
“I love Drama and I’m truly appreciative of the history we got and the relationship that we built, because it just feels good to see your partners winning,” He added.
In the case of taking home the prize, DJ Drama continues to add them up. In the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards in the month of October, Drama took home the prize for DJ of the Year. It was his first time in almost 10 years.