Atlanta native returns after two years with third project.
Childish Major dropped his album Thank you, God. For it all on July 23. The seven-track, 18-minute project features creative songwriting and catchy hooks, along with attractive features in Yung Baby Tate and ScHoolboy Q.
Major began his career in the early to mid-2010s as a producer, earning impressive placements for major artists such as J. Cole on his 4 Your Eyes Only album, 6LACK‘s 2016 project FREE 6LACK as well as Rocko‘s smash hit “U.O.E.N.O.” He then began working more with Dreamville artists such as JID on his The Never Story album and Bas on his Milky Way project for the song “Tribe” with J. Cole.
Around this time, Childish Major began releasing his own music with his vocals and rapping, dropping his first project WOO$AH in 2017, with features like SZA, Isaiah Rashad and 6LACK. Before dropping his second project Dirt Road Diamond in September 2019, he was featured on Dreamville’s compilation record Revenge of the Dreamers III for the song “LamboTruck” with Cozz and REASON.
Back in October, Major took to Twitter to announce his album was finished, and would tweet the album’s title in early May.
He dropped the album’s lead single “F Yah Job” along with its visuals on July 6, officially beginning the rollout for the project.
On July 21, Childish Major tweeted the cover art and tracklist for the new album, set to drop two days later. The day of the album’s release, Major playfully tweeted that he was prepared for his album to go head-to-head with Kanye West‘s highly anticipated tenth album DONDA, which ended up being delayed.
Unlike West, Childish Major did, in fact, release his third project. Thank you, God. For it all contains sexy, seductive tracks like the aforementioned “F Yah Job” and gold digger themed “Check” with Yung Baby Tate produced by jetsonmade, as well as smooth hooks brilliantly executed by Major’s high-pitched voice like on the intro “Prayer’s Prayer” where he touches on his blessings and the third track “Money Power Respect.”
ScHoolboy Q’s feature on the “Disrespectful” remix adds a lavish verse in Q’s trademark, rough-around-the-edges fashion to the original track released in May.
Thank you, God. For it all sees Childish Major dig deeper into his back and effectively play to his strengths. Check out the project below.