Since 2011, Wiz Khalifa has released at least a major label album per year, in addition to his collaborative Mac + Devin Go To High Schoolrelease with Snoop Dogg. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania emcee and 2008 DXnext alum revealed to Big Boy’s Neighborhood that it’s a streak he’s looking to continue.

“I’m working on another album,” revealed the Taylor Gang general and Rostrum Records flagship artist. “I’m planning on dropping it this year, I wasn’t going to, but I just got like so much motivation. I been having so much fun, and having my son. I feel like it’d be a great time to put out a really dope, relevant project.”

No titles or guests were mentioned. Previously, Wiz released a series of independent releases, including 2006’s Rostrum-released Show N’ Prove, and 2009’s Deal Or No Deal, which was distributed by iHipHop.

You can listen to the full appearance on Big Boy’s Neighborhood below:

(April 11)

UPDATE: Over two months since Wiz Khalifa confirmed his plans to release a third major label solo release, the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native afforded fans a title today (June 23). Taylor Gang’s CEO announced via Twitter, this his 2013 LP will be called Blacc Hollywood.

In 2007, Camp Lo released an album, Black Hollywood. The LP featured extensive production by later Wiz collaborator, Ski Beatz.

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