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Rod Wave releases deluxe version of ‘SoulFly’

Florida rapper adds nine new songs to his career-elevating album.

Rod Wave released the SoulFly deluxe on Aug. 20, with features from Lil Durk and Kodak Black. Rod first connected with Kodak two weeks ago for his single “Before I Go,” which has already nearly reached 2.5 million streams on Spotify, and the duo is now back for “Get Ready” on this deluxe.

Rod Wave added nine new songs to the original tracklist to satisfy his fans’ cravings for new music. Check out SoulFly’s deluxe version below.

Fans of the soulful, emotional rapper-singer Rod Wave had been waiting for this moment for quite a while.

On midnight Aug. 18, Rod Wave released new single “Time Heals,” while simultaneously announcing he would release the deluxe edition of his third studio album SoulFly from March on Friday (Aug. 20).

“Time Heals” sees Rod Wave at his best, passionately singing about a love affair over a melancholic piano-infused instrumental. In the track, Rod explains how he uses his wealth as a cushion for heartbreak, to fight away his intense emotions.

I had gave you all my love and ain’t get none in return

I kept dancin’ with the devil, can’t be mad I got burned

No, I won’t cry ’bout it, I can’t cry ’bout it

Heal my pain, I pull up in a new wide-body

“Time Heals” — Rod Wave

With each new release, Rod Wave shows how elite he is within his niche of hip-hop that he’s pioneered along with Polo G and Morray. He continues to dig deep into his heart and pour out his grievances on songs with his smooth voice and harmonies. This is why fans have been clamoring for the deluxe to SoulFly, which Rod Wave first teased over a month ago.

SoulFly saw 14 of its 19 songs land on the BillBoard Hot 100, certifying Rod Wave as not just a rising voice in rap for the future, but a notable one in the present. As we wait for his follow up deluxe which drops on Aug. 20, potentially with features from Kodak Black and Lil Durk, check out his new single “Time Heals” below.