Day26’s 2014 EP “The Return” has been made available on streaming services for the first time. The eight-track project features Baby Bash and the singles “Bulls**t” and “Lose Control,” a cover of Silk’s 1992 classic. Robert Curry of Day26 said in an Instagram post that he is glad the project is finally being heard and that it still sounds fresh and new. “The Return” was the follow-up to Day26’s 2009 sophomore album “Forever In A Day”. In 2018 Day26 released EP “A New Day” which reached No.1 on iTunes’ R&B Albums chart. Day26 reunited last year and teased new music, they also joined The Millennium Tour: Turned Up. The album Day26 will turn 15 this year, it debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 with 190,000 copies sold in the first week.
Fans of Day26 have been eagerly waiting for new music from the group, and “The Return” should tide them over until Day26 is ready to release new material. The group has a strong legacy in the R&B and hip-hop world, with their self-titled debut album releasing in 2008, reaching No.1 on the Billboard 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, selling 190,000 copies in the first week. The album included hit singles such as “Got Me Going” and “Since You’ve Been Gone”, which appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at No.79. The album was produced by notable names such as Bryan-Michael Cox, Adonis Shropshire, Mario Winans, Danja, Kwamé, Malay and more.
It’s clear that Day26 has a dedicated fanbase, and the release of “The Return” on streaming services will give fans a chance to revisit the group’s past work and reminisce on their early days. With the group reuniting last year and teasing new music, it’s likely that fans will be hearing new material from Day26 soon. The group has already made a big impact in the music industry and it will be exciting to see what they have in store for their fans in the future.