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42 Dugg Delivers ‘4eva Us Not Them’ Album Featuring Sexyy Red, Lil Baby & Meek Mill: Stream It Now

The ominous 42 Dugg whistle is filling the air once again. The Detroit rapper returned Thursday (July 4) to deliver his 4eva Us Never Them debut album via 4PF/CMG and Interscope Records.

Filled with 22 tracks. Dugg enlists his school principal growing up in Detroit for a feature on the opener and then invites Sexyy Red, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Jeezy, EST Gee, Rylo Rodriguez and Blac Youngsta to execute his vision.

“She made me do it,” Dugg told Way Up With Angela Yee of having his principal on the album. “I love her to death. She was writing me in jail, getting me through and helping me and telling me what to read and what songs I should be on. She went to jail after me. She got out, I went to jail. She holding it down.”

It’s been three years since his last solo project with 2021’s Free Dem Boyz and Dugg’s first since being released from jail in October after spending 17 months behind bars for weapon possession charges.

Dugg revealed on Instagram that “Fresh From the Feds,” “Wrong Right” and “Still Bout You” round out his top three tracks on the album. 42 dropped off another visual from the album with the gritty EST Gee-assisted “Since When” video arriving on Friday (July 5).

Lil Baby took part of his assist on “No Love” to show some love to Young Thug and revealed that he’s sent $1 million to cover some of Thugger’s legal fees, who remains on trial as part of the YSL RICO case. Thug has been behind bars and held without bond since May 2022.

“Don’t tell on your brother, don’t say nothing them lawyers comin trill/ Send an M to Slime for legal fees, I really f–k with twin,” he raps on the track.

42 Dugg’s Free Dem Boyz mixtape reached No. 8 on the Billboard 200 and he’ll look to top that with his debut album.

Stream 4eva Us Never Them below.

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