Are Southside and Marshmello working on another collab album? Teaser photo gets fans excited
'Should we drop an album?' asked Marshmello as he took to Instagram to post a photo of the two producers
Marshmello and Southside want fan feedback on whether or not they should collaborate on an album. Marshmello took to his Instagram account to share a picture of the two artists and posed the question "Should we drop an album?" in the caption. The post seems to be a teaser of sorts as the photo is a new one and shows the producer pair side-by-side with Marshmello wearing a white Megadeth shirt.
You can see the photo here.
Fans have been quick to respond with "Y. E. S." and "Lets go 🙏🏻" and "Ahhhhh please mello 😻😻😻😻💖." One fan wrote, "yeah of course, let me serenade these ppl for y’all." Another fan said, "I’m holding my breath until marshmello responds." One fan commented on Marshmello's attire, saying, "First you make a song with @adtr and now with a @megadeth wear. Lov u so much."
If Southside and Marshmello do actually team up for an album, it won't be the first time the pair have worked together. In April 2020, both the rapper and the DJ worked on the track 'Been Thru This Before'. It was produced by both Southside and Marshmello and featured vocals from Giggs and SAINt JHN over a low-key trap beat.
Southside is known by his stage name Sizzle and is also a songwriter and rapper. He gained recognition in the industry for producing songs for prominent artists across the American hip hop scene. In 2010, Southside and fellow 1017 label-mate Lex Luger established their production and songwriting team 808 Mafia, where Southside currently is at the helm. Southside's latest album arrived in February 2019. It was named 'Still Swervin' and was a collaborative project with G Herbo. He released his mixtape 'Free Agent 4' the same year.
Meanwhile, Marshmello has revealed that he has "8 or 9 songs left" in response to a tweet requesting additional collaborations from the producer and late hip-hop rapper Juice WRLD. Fans have also been hoping for a followup to his last album 'Joytime III' which released in July 2019.