Australian rapper Allday premieres his sophomore album 'Speeding,' a pop-leaning album with smooth production and R&B vibes.
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PREMIERE: New Allday Album, ‘Speeding’

Australian artist Allday continues his international push with the release of his new album, Speeding, premiering today on MASS APPEAL. The project features cameos from fellow Aussies Japanese Wallpaper, Mallrat and Nyne (who also appeared on last year’s “Sides“) and arrives a little over two years after Allday’s 2014 debut LP, Startup Cult. The album’s smooth Japanese Wallpaper collab, “In Motion” already has already clocked over 100k Soundcloud plays.

“I finally had enough money to record vocals properly on this album, so we went to good studios and spent days on every song,” he says. “All the features are friends. It’s the end of a particular era in my life and the songs feel like tying up loose ends.”

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