Alkaline is reportedly working on his sophomore album.
A source close to the Dancehall artist has revealed that Alkaline is preparing his second album.
“Sometimes if you listen to the fans, you put out a new song every day and that can’t work because then you ended up putting out a bunch of foolishness like some other man,” the source told media reporters.
“Right now we putting together the next big project so don’t expect a bunch of songs before that comes out later this year or early next year,” the source added.
According to the source, Alkaline’s next album will be a much bigger hit than his first, “New Level Unlocked.”
“The next album will be bigger and better than the first so look out, Vendetta,” the source unveils.
After three years of touring and recording overseas, the “Badness It Name” deejay returned to Jamaica for his first live performance on local soil in three years when he took the stage at New Rules in March.
In 2016, Alkaline had one of the biggest reggae albums with his debut project, “New Level Unlocked,” peaking at number one on the Billboard reggae album chart.
Alkaline, who is having a great year on the Dancehall scene, will be performing on Reggae Sumfest this summer.