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Stream Majid Jordan’s New Album ‘Wildest Dreams’

todayOctober 21, 2021

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Majid Jordan’s Wildest Dreams come to life.

Four years since their last album, the Canadian R&B duo–comprised of Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman–returns with its third studio album. In addition to appearances from Diddy (“Sway”) and Swae Lee (“Dancing on a Dream”), the 11-track set features October’s Very Own, Drake, who reunites with his “Hold On, We’re Going Home” collaborators on “Stars Align.”

Ahead of the album’s release, they dropped four tracks including “Waves of Blue,” “Been Through That,” “Summer Rain,” and “Forget About the Party.”

“You’re gonna be surprised by the different sounds that you hear on this project,” Al Maskati told Apple Music of the follow-up to 2017’s The Space Between. “It’s kind of all of our dreams coming to the forefront.”

To celebrate the album’s release, Majid Jordan will hit the road starting Nov. 11 in San Francisco. Their 5-city tour also includes stops in L.A., Chicago, Brooklyn, and Toronto.

Stream Wildest Dreams below.

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