Joyner Lucas, a Grammy-nominated hip-hop phenomenon, has released his highly anticipated second studio album, Not Now I’m Busy.

The 17-track album includes collaborations with Jelly Roll, DMX, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Twista, Logic, Symba, Conway the Machine, and Nefertitti Avani.

Not Now I’m Busy is a sonic trip that showcases Joyner’s amazing narrative abilities set against fascinating sounds. Tracks like “Three Little Pigs” dive deeply into societal themes, alluding to the history of police abuse against Black people in America.

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The album also includes the chart-topping collaboration “Best For Me” with Jelly Roll, which sheds awareness on the hardships of those dealing with substance misuse and addiction. This moving song went to No. 2 on iTunes’ Top Hip-Hop/Rap Songs chart and No. 6 on YouTube’s Trending for Music.

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Not Now I’m Busy demonstrates Joyner’s artistic development since his previous album, “ADHD,” which debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 and was certified RIAA gold.

Joyner’s accompanying “Not Now I’m Busy” headlining tour, which will visit 24 cities and feature special guest appearances by rappers Millyz and Dax, heightens anticipation.

The tour will make stops in key cities throughout the United States, including Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Atlanta, and Houston, as well as Toronto, Canada. Joyner’s cross-country tour will conclude with Joyner Fest on June 22 at the DCU Center in his hometown of Worcester, Massachusetts.

Joyner Fest, which formerly took place at The Palladium in November 2021, drew an 8,000-person attendance and served as a showcase for Worcester’s young musicians.