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Don Toliver and Cactus Jack Have the Perfect Storm Brewing

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January 29, 2020
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When looking at all of the artists who blew up onto the scene in 2019 it is hard to look past Don Toliver and the monumental year he had, as well as the crazy run he is about to go on throughout 2020. The Houston native began the 2019 year newly signed to Travis Scott’s record label Cactus Jack and ended it with multiple charting records, debuting at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with the collaborative JackBoys album, and landing a feature on Eminem’s Music to Be Murdered By which debuted at #1 with its January 2020 release. 

With such a stellar year behind him and a career that seems to only keep speeding up it would only make sense for us fans to start expecting Toliver’s next album release. With Donny Womack, Don Toliver’s most recent mixtape, having dropped in August of 2018 we have now gone over a year without a solo project. The last we heard of an album release coming from Toliver was in September of 2019 when he tweeted the following; 

It would seem that this tweet was actually regarding the JackBoys release due to the fact that he mentioned all the boys feeling the energy from the impending album debut. 

Travis Scott and the Cactus Jack team are no rookies when it comes to the business of hype and the driving of streams, views and sales to their music releases. It would only make sense that the perfect storm is brewing for a massive Don Toliver album debut through Cactus Jack in 2020. With his Astroworld feature on CAN’T SAY, his two hit singles Best You Had and No Idea, the JackBoys album, and now an Eminem feature it is starting to look like Toliver is being set up perfectly to steal all of 2020.

Be sure to follow Don Toliver on Instagram and Twitter to keep up with his latest music and content releases, you can also listen to his most recent collaborative project JackBoys now available on all streaming platforms. Keep an eye out for Toliver, Travis Scott and the rest of the Cactus Jack collective, their takeover has only just begun.

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