Bankroll Fresh’s Posthumous Album Gets A Release Date

Today marks a year from when rising star Bankroll Fresh was tragically killed outside of his recording studio in Atlanta. In lieu of the anniversary, the late rapper’s family has revealed the official artwork for Fresh’s posthumous album (above), titled In Bank We Trust. In addition, Fresh’s mother — Terisa Price — spoke in detail to XXL about the forthcoming release:

Well, the name is gonna be In Bank We Trust, and I think we’re gonna do 12 songs and bonuses on the album and we was really trying to push it for the 4th… But I’m not sure if we’re gonna push it for the 24th of April, which is K. Rich’s birthday [NOTE: That date has since been confirmed]. We’re gonna have some features on there from different other artists that’s out… but we’re working on it now and we were just in the studio the other day and we’ve got a hot song that’s gonna be a single. I named it ‘A Hell of a Night.’ I named ‘Dirty Game’ and I named ‘Truth Be Told,’ I named those songs. I think it’s highly anticipated.

In the meantime, you can check out “Truth Be Told” (available for purchase via iTunes) and the more recent drop “M.O.B.” below. R.I.P. Bankroll.

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