NNAMDÏ announces new album, shares “Wasted”

The Chicago artist’s fourth LP, BRAT, is due out in April.

January 15, 2020
NNAMDÏ announces new album, shares “Wasted”

Nnamdi Ogbonnaya is now just NNAMDÏ. The Chicago artist has been teasing a project under this shortened stage name for a minute, with tracks such as "Price Went Up." Now, he's detailing the record. It's called BRAT, and it's out April 3 via his own label, Sooper Records (also home to Chicago compadres Sen Morimoto and KAINA).


In tandem with the announcement, NNAMDÏ has shared a new single from BRAT, a subdued and glossy track called "Wasted." The accompanying video (directed by Morimoto alongside Jess Myers & Husni Ashiku) visualizes the album's artwork, and finds him throwing down in a bounce castle in pursuit of a lost tiara. Watch the clip, and peep BRAT's tracklist, below.


BRAT tracklist:
Flowers To My Demons
Gimme Gimme
Everyone I Loved
Glass Casket
Perfect In My Mind
Price Went Up
Really Don't
It's OK

NNAMDÏ announces new album, shares “Wasted”