The long-awaited album USEE4YOURSELF was released by IDK back in July. As he unleashes the extended version of the project today (Oct. 29), he decides to give his fans a treat. The rapper repackaged and reenergized his work with nine new tracks, including Trippie Redd’s “Dinner Date.” that features Rick Ross. They feed off one another’s energy flawlessly while racing:
Additionally, Royce Da 5’9″ makes an appearance on the new deluxe version of “Dogs Don’t Lie.” There is also a deluxe version of “2 Cents” with Shy Glizzy and “Temporary Love” featuring SiR . A 15-minute documentary titled USEEFORYOURSELF is included with the deluxe release. It features Pharrell Williams, Kevin Durant, Young Thug, Zane Lowe, Lil Yachty, Mike Dean, Offset and many more.
The original work was made up of 17 tracks and an impressive roster of features, which included Lucky Daye, MF DOOM, Slick Rick, Jay Electronica, Young Thug, Offset, and plenty more. Keeping the momentum going, he shared the official video for “Dogs Don’t Lie” from the project. He also detoured from his album releases last month for a short period when he released a freestyle set to Drake’s “Champagne Poetry” beat from Certified Lover Boy.
Prior to the official release of the album, IDK released singles such as “Pradada Bang” and “Peloton” including Young Thug. USEE4YOURSELF is IDK’s follow-up to his debut LP Is He Real?, which featured 14 tracks with assistance from JID, Pusha T, DMX, Tyler, Burna Boy, the Creator, GLC, Jerm, Lil Kymchii, and Kapri Styles.