Noname releases new album Sundial

Photo by Mahaneela
August 11 2023


“Soul-baring confidence”

FBi Radio

“Lyrical honesty, humour, vulnerability”

triple j

“With lyricism as evocative as hers, a mind so sharp and a flow so precise, Noname is in the right spot to become a genuine hip-hop hero”

Double J

“Noname Is a Sly Hip-Hop Maverick”

The New York Times

“With a gift for agile word-play, and a handle on cadence that makes her delivery feel like a smooth pebble skimming magically across water”




“Among the best young wordsmiths working today”

The New Yorker

“Nostalgic, intricate coming-of-age hip-hop”

The Guardian

“Incredible tact, a strong sense of purpose, and a lot of heart”

Rolling Stone

1. black mirror [prod. Daoud]
2. hold me down (ft. Jimetta Rose & The Voices of Creation) [prod. Gaetan Judd]
3. balloons (ft. Eryn Allen Kane & Jay Electronica) [prod. Saba & Ben Nartey]
4. boomboom (ft. Ayoni) [prod. Gaetan Judd]
5. potentially the interlude [prod. Yussef Dayes & Wesley Singerman]
6. namesake [prod. Slimwav]
7. beauty supply [prod. Emil]
8. toxic [prod. Saba, Ben Nartey & AJ Halls]
9. afro futurism [prod. Nascent]
10. gospel? (ft. $ilkmoney, Billy Woods, & Stout) [prod. Gaetan Judd]
11. oblivion (ft. Ayoni & Common) [prod. Berg]

Sundial by Noname is out now, buy/stream here

Noname releases her highly anticipated new album Sundial. LISTEN TO SUNDIAL HERE.

Made over the last several months in Los Angeles, Sundial is a culmination of years of exploration for the Chicago-raised artist. The album features guests like Common, Billy Woods, Jay Electronica, Ayoni, Eryn Allen Kane and more along with production from the likes of longtime collaborator Saba, Gaetan Judd, and Yussef Dayes. See full tracklist details below.

On August 17 from 3PM – 8PM, she will host the Sundial Block Party in Chicago in partnership with Noname Book Club. Admission is free, but a book donation is suggested specifically requesting Blood in My Eye, SULA, or work from other black authors that will go to the club’s incarcerated members. The event will showcase performances by Noname, Navy Blue, Alex Vaughn, and surprise guests, with DJ sets from DJ greenSLLIME and Finding Ijeoma, along with refreshments and activities for kids.

Sundial marks her third full-length and follows 2018’s acclaimed Room 25 and her 2016 breakout mixtape Telefone, which earned praise across Pitchfork, NME, The Guardian, triple j, Double J and Rolling Stone amongst others including Album of the Week placements with FBi Radio, 2SER, Triple R and RTR FM.

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