Tokyo Jetz’s ‘Bonafide’ Album Tracklist Features T.I., Kash Doll and More
Tokyo Jetz has something special in store for her fans. The Hustle Gang signee shared the tracklist and cover art for her upcoming album, Bonafide.
The Jacksonville, Fla. native enlists T.I., Trey Songz, Kash Doll, Trina, London Jae and EarthTone Lyrix for the LP, which arrives Sept. 30.
“I’m soooo excited but nervous at the same time because I worked extremely hard & sacrificed soooo much to make this everything!!!! But I know y’all will love it !! Pre-Order “Bonafide” Now !!! 9/30,” she wrote in a caption on Instagram, teasing the album.
Tokyo, who dropped "The One" video in June, doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. She's also heading out on tour with none other than Kevin Gates, beginning in Austin, Texas on Oct. 2. The Luca Brasi 3 Tour will cover 25 different cities.
In April, when she sat down with XXL for The Break, she explained that T.I. is a mentor who has her best interest at heart. “He came into the situation, asking me what did I want, and what was I absolutely against," Tokyo said. "Nobody had ever done that out of everybody that I sat down with.” Fitting since the duo have a track together called “1000” on her upcoming LP.
She also stated that being an inspiration is one of the reasons why she started in this business. "I wanna give people substance," the rhymer revealed. "I wanna be remembered for giving a message, not just making a club turn up. I want people to say that I stand for something, that I helped or encouraged. I wanna change something, I don't wanna just make a hot record.”
Check out the tracklist for Bonafide below and her upcoming tour dates.—Dayna Haffenden
Tokyo Jetz's Bonafide Album Tracklist
3. "A Minute"
4. "1000" featuring T.I. and Trey Songz
5. "No Problem"
6. "The One"
7. "Mi Minyano"
8. "Mo Money" featuring LndonJae
9. "Baller Alert" featuring Kash Doll
10. "U Ain't S**t" featuring EarthTone Lyrix
11. "No Problem (Remix)" featuring Trina
Tokyo Jetz's Tour Dates on Kevin Gates' Luca Brasi 3 Tour
Oct. 2: Austin, Texas
Oct. 4: Oklahoma City, Okla.
Oct. 5: Houston, Texas
Oct. 8: Dallas, Texas
Oct. 9: Jackson, Miss.
Oct. 10: Birmingham, Ala.
Oct. 11: Baton Rouge, La.
Oct. 12: Atlanta, Ga.
Oct. 13: St. Petersburg, Fla.
Oct. 14: Jacksonsville, Fla.
Oct. 16: Charlotte, N.C.
Oct. 18: Knoxville, Tenn.
Oct. 19: Nashville, Tenn.
Oct. 20: Southaven, Miss.
Oct. 21: Louisville, Ky.
Oct. 23: Cleveland, Ohio
Oct. 24: Columbus, Ohio
Oct. 25: Detroit, Mich.
Oct. 26: Grand Rapids, Mich.
Oct. 27: Milwaukee, Wisc.
Oct. 28: Minneapolis, Minn.
Oct. 30: Clive, Iowa
Oct. 31: Kansas City, Mo.
Nov. 2: Sauget, Ill.
Nov. 3: Wichita, Kansas
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