E-40’s latest album, “Tell Me When To Go,” was released on March 29th. If you are a fan of the Bay Area legend, then this is an exciting time! With his newest project, E-40 has shown that he hasn’t lost his touch for making bangers. The album features guest appearances from some of hip hop’s biggest stars such as Lil Wayne and Drake. “Tell Me When To Go” also includes production by DJ Mustard who helped to create the sound that many people associate with West Coast rap music today. This article is all about the e-40 tell me when to go album release date overview and everything related to it!
The e-40 tells me when to go album release date overview, including production by DJ Mustard and guest appearances from some of hip hop’s biggest stars such as Lil Wayne and Drake.
Stay tuned for the next article in this series! For now, sit back with your headphones on or turn up your speakers loud while listening to E-40 “Tell Me When To Go.” The first track “Spend It” is a perfect kick-offa perfect kick-off for the album.
As you listen through more tracks like “Wish You Would” that feature Usher or Ty Dolla $ign, make sure to stay engaged because there will be plenty of bangers all throughout this project.
B to the album with a high-energy beat and e-40’s signature flow.
The first track of E-40 “Tell Me When To Go” is “Spend It” which starts off with an energetic beat that sounds like it belongs in an old school hip hop video game, but features lyrics about what people should spend their money on weed, clothes or new shoes? E-40 also discusses his need for the dough to buy friends something nice after they get out from doing time. The next song on the album is called “Show Out” and has a vibe similar to DJ Mustard’s early work such as Young Jeezy’s hit single “Ridin’ Dirty.” But while he was rapping about making it rain, E-40 is talking about how he spends his money.
What I got to do
I get the dough and show it out
It’s just a little extra pocket change that I let ’em see
But you know what? Check this out: If they ain’t wit’ me then they don’t matter!
The final track on “Tell Me When To Go” is called “No More” which features an old school beat similar to some of e-40’s earlier work with Bump J and The Click. The song has a chorus where e-40 repeats the phrase over and over until there’s no more space for him to say it in between verses. It seems like he wants to make sure you don’t forget what he’s been saying on the album.
“Tell Me When To Go” Track List: “No More”
“I Can Tell You About This Ho'”
E-40 is back with his latest album “Tell Me When To Go” which has a scheduled release date for October 27th! The anticipated follow-up to June’s “The Drought Is Over Part II” features guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ign and James Fauntleroy. Our favorite song on the album, by far, is track #15 titled “All In My Mouth.”
At the end of his verse, E-40 repeats “All in my mouth” until there’s no more space for him to say it in between verses. It seems like he wants you to remember what he has been saying on this album.
In case you were wondering, the e-40 tells me when to go album release date is set for October 16th. It’s been quite a long wait but now it’s finally here! The rapper has released three singles so far and they have all had success on Billboard charts. E-40 announced his new project today (September 21st) with an album artwork that features him sitting in front of a map – which could indicate he’ll be going back to his roots and releasing something similar to what made him famous: Bay Area rap.
“I know I got some good music up to my sleeve, man,” says e-40 during a recent interview about the upcoming album as well as other ventures such as San Francisco’s new e-40 water company. “I’ve been in the game for a minute and I ain’t never put out any bad music, so you know this is going to be good.”
E-40 tells me when to go album release date: October 16th
Tracklist? Yes! The track list has just arrived today (September 21st), revealing that “Tell Me When To Go” will have guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, Ty Dolla $ign, Gucci Mane, and more. There are 18 tracks in total on the project – with features coming from Mozzy and Too Short among others.