6lack continues to gear up for the release of his Free 6lack follow-up, East Atlanta Love Letter, but while fans wait for a release date, the rapper shares his latest single "Nonchalant."

Produced by Stwo and LucianBlomkamp, the mellow track finds 6lack utilizing a laid-back flow as he opens up about his current life. "I'm so fucking tired, somehow I still find the time/To care a little more about my rhymes/To care a little more about my peers/To think a little less about my fears/To care a little more about your ears," 6lack spits.

Later in the song, 6lack gets his flex on and reveals he has no worries about a sophomore slump. "I'm somewhere between humble and hell nah/These niggas drop their second album then fell off/My nonchalant flow will never end right/It be at they necks if it's in sight/Squeezing until they crack a windpipe," he raps.

While 6lack's upcoming project lacks a release date, the rapper did share the dates for his forthcoming East Atlanta With Love Tour. Set to kick off on Oct. 5 in Johannesburg, South Africa, 6lack will be joined by They, Boogie, Tierra Whack and Summer Walker as he makes stops in Australia, Nashville, Boston, Washington, D.C., New York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago and more. The 34-date tour will continue through Dec. 21 and wraps up in Atlanta.

Listen to 6lack's "Nonchalant" below.

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