Jay Jody To Drop Debut Album ‘Shine O’Clock’ Next Month

By @AtlehangMoloi on 06/07/2024 in News

Jay Jody has finally confirmed the official release date of his highly anticipated debut album, ‘Shine O’Clock’.

In a recent announcement post, the acclaimed rapper confirmed that the project will be out on July 26th, 2024. 

Earlier this week, Jody captivated fans with a graphic labeled 'Shine O'Clock'.

“To everyone in my comments, I love & appreciate y’all, for real. Thanks for being in my corner this entire time. So now … finally here we are. It’s finally time. Fasten your seatbelts, please. It’s gonna be a heck of a ride”, he captioned.

Nearly a year ago today, Jay Jody announced his upcoming album of which he confirmed is currently in the process of finalising. 

In an interview article, Jay Jody delved into why he chose the title ‘Shine O’Clock’ by emphasising the value of time and the importance of cherishing it.

“It's all about time, there's time for everything, to be happy, to be sad, to be strong, to accept defeat, a time to win, time to grind, time sacrificed, time wasted, waiting for the perfect timing, time to fight, to heal, trusting time to reveal all things”, he stated. “Time is very precious and if one has goals and dreams, every waking day should be dedicated towards your "Shine O' Clock" – Jay Jody.

Check out the announcement below:




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