“Flame” arrives ahead of Tinashe’s long-awaited sophomore album Joyride, which does not currently have a release date. “It’s gonna come out when it comes out,” . “I’m just excited to continue to release new material. I have a lot of new music and I’m really excited about that.”
The follow-up to 2014’s Aquarius will feature production from Metro Boomin, Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Sir Nolan, Charlie Handsome, Boi-1da, and Lost Kings, whose single “Quit You” she also appears on.