Rod Wave has apparently smoothed things over with his label.
After blasting Alamo Records earlier in the week, the Pray 4 Love artist issued an apology on his Instagram Stories and let fans know his third studio album Hard Times is on the way.
“My album dropping in a couple weeks I apologize we just figured it out everything cool,” he wrote with a video of himself.
On Sunday (January 31), the 21-year-old denounced his label home in a post that was later deleted, demanding that they pay him before he releases anything.
“Pussy ass label playing wit a n-gga shit,” he wrote. “I ain’t dropping shit fuck ya pay me. Y’all wanna album ask @alamorecords.”
Hard Times will follow April 2020’s Pray 4 Love, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 72,000 album-equivalent units. Rapper ATR Son Son was the only guest on the 14-track effort, appearing on the single “Rags2Riches” that went on to peak at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100.
An additional 11 songs arrived a few months later on the deluxe and featured appearances from Yo Gotti and Lil Durk. The effort outsold its predecessor with 75,000 units its first week, earning Rod yet another top 10 placement on the Billboard 200.
Revisit the Pray 4 Love deluxe below.