You can check out the tracklist below. The Warner Bros. signee is scheduled to release his label debut, The Kid With The Green Backpack, sometime this year.
01. Wichita [Prod. By Just Blaze]
02. Heroes Eventually Die (Interlude)
03. When We’re Done [Prod. By Seven]
04. Smallville [Prod. By J. Cole]
05. That’s Just Me [Prod. By Swiff D]
06. Awesome (feat. Pusha T) [Prod. By Seven]
07. Pictures On My Wall [Prod. By Seven]
08. Textbook Stuff (feat. Kendrick Lamar) [Prod. By Seven]
09. All For Me (feat. CyHi Da Prynce, Vado & Erin Christine) [Prod. By Omen & Audio BLK]
10. U.F.C. (feat. Kristina Rose) [Prod. By Seven]
11. Foreign Exchange Student [Prod. By Miami Horror]
12. Swervin’ [Prod. By Seven]
13. Best Days Of Lives (feat. Donnis) [Prod. By The Awesome Sound]
14. Ending Credits (Interlude)
15. The Last Hero (feat. Patrick Stump) [Prod. By Seven]
Formal album releases take so much time to prepare, I’d like to announce the release of Truant Wave, a digital EP I’ve put together of songs I felt strongly about but didn’t have place for within the narrative of Soul Punk. Having recorded Soul Punk as the sole performer and writer, creating Truant Wave also presented a welcome opportunity for me to work with some of my gifted friends on my solo material. Anyway, I’m psyched on this EP, hope you like it. See you on the road.
01. Porcelain (feat. Alph-A-Bit)
02. Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia)
03. Cute Girls (feat. Om’mas Keith)
04. Love, Selfish Love
05. As Long As I Know I’m Getting Paid
06. Big Hype (feat. D.A. of Chester French and Driis)
Head on over to Patrick Stump‘s website to listen to two new versions of debut song “Spotlight”.
I recorded 2 separate versions of Spotlight and after months I still can’t decide which one should go on the record. If you’ve got a minute, please take a listen and let me know which one you prefer. Thanks -Patrick
Patrick Stump‘s solo album should be released in February. The first song released will be “Spotlight”, which Stump has posted handwritten sheet music of. “The album should be out in February and as can be inferred from the long delay, it’s changed dramatically from the album I alluded to a year ago,” he told MTV.