Fans of the East Atlanta hip-hop star can expect a new project this winter as Raury announced on Facebook yesterday (Nov. 7) that he'll drop new material in the coming weeks. The effort will mark Raury's first project since the release of his major label debut, All We Need. With Raury recently unleashing a handful of favorable tracks—it'll be nice to his progression on the next body of work.

Most recently, the Indigo Child offered "Butterfly" in early fall, a somber track that runs through the entertainer's trials and tribulations before making it. “I walked the school halls they would call me a wannabe/I did the small shows that nobody would come to see/I gave in to madness, I would cave in to sadness/I would only imagine that I’d become a nigga like this,” Raury spits on the song.

In July, the "Devil's Whisper" rapper also unveiled "Neveralone"—a song that was inspired by a skydiving trip Raury took."I’ma comeback with a vision/Got a hot lava and a flamethrower/Throwing fire bars on these lame boys/Helped me grow up with the same boy/Young man with the heat rock/Boxed in by the sheet rock/Gold key in his left hand/But he aimed at by the street cops,” raps Raury on the DJ Khalil produced track.

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