It's confirmed. Rapper Booba announced the release of his new album Ad Vitam Aeternam on X on Monday February 5. The 11th album of the “Duc de Boulogne” will be available Friday February 9. “A new Booba album this Friday?”, Le Parisien wondered on Monday. “Yes,” the rapper simply replied on In this title, the artist sings in particular: “Y’a pas mort d’homme, 6G, new album.” The clip, published four days ago, already has nearly 1.7 million views on YouTube.
Booba also published on his social networks a photo which appears to be the cover of his album Ad Vitam Aeternam (To eternal life). In the photo, the artist appears in profile, with a determined look, in a cemetery surrounded by buildings.
Booba Ultra's last album was released in 2021. The rapper assured at the time that this record would be the last. “The 10th is the right time. I gave what I had to give. I’ve had a lot of parties, wars, I think it’s time to rest, to transmit, to spend more time on production,” he declared during his promotional tour. Ultra notably accumulated nearly 12 million plays on Spotify on the day of its release. The title Mona Lisa immediately rose to the top of the world rankings on Deezer. With his new album Ad Vitam Aeternam, eagerly awaited by fans, Booba can well hope to experience the same success.