Wale has announced plans to release a new EP titled Free Lunch on Friday (September 14).
“Free Lunch • 9/14,” the recent Warner Bros. Records signee wrote on Twitter alongside a picture of the project’s cover art.
While details remain scarce, the EP appears to be some type of collaboration with logistics company Postmates.
“Brought to you by Postmates and their ‘drivers,’” the project’s website states.
It comes around a month after Wale accused Postmates’ drivers of stealing his deliveries.
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— Postmates Support (@Postmates_Help) August 14, 2018
Hot take ~I think y’all drivers be stealing 🤷🏿♂️ https://t.co/zsQPZM9eNH
— Wale (@Wale) August 14, 2018
There is always a plan B 👀 @postmates https://t.co/d30t2Y3W9p https://t.co/VVhsxmn2JL
— Wale (@Wale) September 6, 2018
Shortly after announcing the EP on Tuesday (September 11), Wale hit Twitter to hint at what inspired his upcoming project.
Every day I get online and I see the craziest shyt about me, I don’t want to care but I do. The music gives me peace. FreeLunch
— Wale (@Wale) September 11, 2018
Free Lunch will serve as Wale’s third EP of 2018, as well as his first project since signing to Warner Bros. Records in May. He released It’s Complicated back in March and followed up with the four-track Self Promotion two months later.
Wale released his fifth studio album Shine in 2017.
Check out the cover art for Wale’s Free Lunch below.