Alkaline is already working on his Sophomore Album 

The forthcoming project follows the Dancehall artist’s debut album “New Level Unlocked” which peaked at number one on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart last year.

Since the start of 2017 the Vendetta deejay has released a handful of singles including “Son of a Queen,” “Fast,” “Pretty Girl Team,” and “Nice & Easy,” however according to sources close to the “Champion Boy” deejay, the tally could’ve been much bigger if Alkaline wasn’t working on a new album.

“Alkaline is strategically releasing less singles because he’s now working on a bigger project, another album which will be ready in a few months,” sources say.

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Alkaline’s new project could be released as early as later this year and promises to be bigger than”New Level Unlocked.”

Meanwhile, Alkaline made headlines over the weekend after his concert in the UK was cancelled.

The Vendetta deejay was slated to perform at the O2 Academy Brixton, London however a Tropixs correspondent at the event says the show ended prematurely after two hours without a performance from the “Man Himself.”

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Hundreds of Vendetta fans reportedly broke into the venue after they refused to pay for tickets.