(AllHipHop News) Hip-hop newcomer Lil Yachty has apologized to fans after postponing the release of his sophomore album.
The "Peek a Boo" star had initially aimed to release two projects in one year, with the follow-up to May's Teenage Emotions set for a December launch.
However, the rapper his since confessed Lil Boat 2 won't be ready for a few more weeks.
"I'm not gon' lie to you guys, I know I told you guys December. I'm not gon' lie man, I'ma tell you guys the truth," he shared during a recent live-streaming session on video platform Twitch, during which he addressed fans while playing "Call of Duty WWII." "At the rate it's looking, it's looking like January, you know, for Lil Boat 2. I'm sorry."
He later explained the delay was down to quality control issues in a bid to avoid the mixed reviews he received for Teenage Emotions.
"I don't wanna put out Lil Boat 2 out and it's not good, you know?" Yachty said. "When I put it out, I want it to be f##king good. I want it to be fire. That's the only thing with Lil Boat 2, like... I'm scared to put it out and you guys not like it."