Future has let his devoted fans know he’s back in the lab and on a different type of time amid all the hype surrounding the release of a new album.

On Wednesday (February 8), the Atlanta, Georgia, native took to Twitter to get some things off his chest. “Some people dnt appreciate u when u humble,” he wrote.

Hendrix followed that up with two other tweets teasing another musical takeover in 2023, although this time he says “moving different.”

“Moving different all 2023,” he added. “I’m in album mode.”

Future’s tweets come just weeks after he hinted that a joint album with Metro Boomin will drop sometime this year. Pluto shared the news on his Instagram Stories last month with a post from another IG account claiming the pair are prepping a joint project.

It’s unclear if this is the record that Future is in “album mode” for, but signs seem to point in that direction. Metro Boomin added fuel to the fire during a recent interview with Apple Music’s Ebro Darden when he explained the two decided to lock in for a full project as opposed to just a handful of songs.

“I was like, ‘Look, the last time anybody’s really heard a song from me and you was ‘Mask Off,’” Metro recalled of his conversation with his “Mask Off” collaborator. “So instead of us randomly throwing one or two songs we did on here, we got to wait and just give them a joint.’”

Future’s last album, I NEVER LIKED YOU, was released in April 2022 and opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 222,000 first-week units. Its lead single “WAIT FOR U” featuring Drake and Tems likewise debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100.

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“WAIT FOR U” also proved to be a massive hit as it won Best Collaboration at the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards and Favorite Hip Hop Song at the 2022 American Music Awards while also being crowned Apple Music’s most streamed song of 2022. More recently, the track won Best Melodic Rap Performance at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards.

I NEVER LIKED YOU was also in the running for Best Rap Album — Future’s first nod in the category — but lost out to Kendrick Lamar‘sMr. Morale & The Big Steppers.