Top Dawg Entertainment’s ScHoolboy Q isn’t rushing to put out a long-awaited Blank Face follow-up. The hip-hop heavyweight is indefinitely shelving the project in the wake of late rapper Mac Miller‘s shocking death.
New footage has emerged of Q telling a crowd of concertgoers he’s not mentally ready to put out his first studio effort since 2016.
In August, Groovy Tony made a big return to IG with his first post in months.
A few weeks ago, Top Dawg Entertainment’s Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith updated fans on ScHoolboy’s new album progress.
In May 2017, Q teased fans with a status update on his upcoming solo effort.