Dej Loaf wants to help you tie the knot. In an Instagram post, the Detroit rapper announced today (June 7) that she will be at New York City Hall tomorrow (June 8), covering the costs of marriage licenses.

"On June 8th, I am helping people get liberated," she wrote. "Visit New York City Hall to have your marriage license costs covered by me."

According to the post, Dej will be on location starting at 8:30 a.m. For planning purposes, the New York City Clerk's Marriage Bureau in Manhattan (141 Worth St.) closes at 3:45 p.m. More information on what is required to obtain a license is available at the City Clerk's website.

The announcement follows Dej's release on Monday of a song snippet featuring Leon Bridges titled "Liberated," the full-length version of which is expected to drop tomorrow. Her much-delayed debut album's title is long-reported to be Liberated, so it's not far-fetched to suspect this is the project's first official single.

The "Try Me" rapper has been quiet for months after releasing two loose tracks,  "Changes" and "Big Ole Boss," in September and December of last year. A new album would be Dej's first full-length since her joint mixtape with Jacquees Fuck A Friend Zone was released last February.

You can view Dej Loaf's marriage license announcement and listen to the "Liberated" snippet with Leon Bridges below.

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