PHOTO: PARTYNEXTDOOR posts naked lady getting backshot style position for his PND 4 album cover on his IG story KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, April 1, 2024

PHOTO: PARTYNEXTDOOR posts naked lady getting backshot style position for his PND 4 album cover on his IG story

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that PARTYNEXTDOOR posted naked lady getting backshot style position for his PND 4 album cover on his IG story.

The photo, which you can view on Party’s Instagram, depicts a nude woman on all fours (heh) from behind, insinuating that it was taken mid-coitus. Her lower back bears a “tramp stamp” tattoo with a number 4. While some fans are celebrating it as an indication of a fully unhinged, hedonistic album on the way, others think it’s so raunchy it has to be an April Fools’ joke.

Clocking in at just a little over three minutes, the track is produced by Prep Bijan and Eli Brown and hears the R&B star open up about a woman he’s madly and deeply in love with. Throughout the cut, PND delivers lovesick lines that hears him serenade about how proud he is of her as both his partner and an independent woman, and that he’s “locking it in ’til the very end.”

“R e a l W o m a n” follows PND’s “R e s e n t m e n t” and “H e r O l d F r i e n d s” from 2023 and serves as a precursor to his upcoming album. “I’m just keeping the main ting the main ting. The only thing that’s important, that has changed my life, is dropping music. I’m not worried about the fame,” he previously told Billboard. “This is the hardest I’ve ever worked on an album. This is the proudest I’ve felt,” he says of PARTYNEXTDOOR 4. “I’m excited to grind even more for the next [one]. I’m in love with how hard you should work for it.”

Stream PARTYNEXTDOOR’s ”R e a l W o m a n” on Spotify and Apple Music.

Party explained the long delay between albums in an interview with Billboard, ironically blaming it on romantic entanglements, the very thing that fuels his his music’s popularity. “I get into relationships and then music becomes second,” he explained, before vowing, “I think I’m going to take a break from relationships, a long break, and just get back to making music.”

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