It’s been nearly six years since Cleveland, Ohio rapper Kid Cudi released his debut album, Man On The Moon: The End Of Day, which was almost immediately followed by Man On The Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager.

Earlier this week, the former G.O.O.D. Music lyricist provided an update on the status of his Man On The Moon 3 album via Twitter.

Cudi, who previously revealed that Man On The Moon 3 would be released in 2015, explained that he has no plans on creating the album without “the team,” which includes Plain Pat, A-Trak, Dot Da Genius, and Emile Haynie.

“I can’t/won’t make MOTM3 w/o Pat, Emile & A Trak in the studio. We started together, we finish this together. It’s time I assemble the team. And of course we always need Dot Da Genius. We all had a vision we shared for this story. I can’t create the magic yall want with out their energy and genius to bounce off of,” he said in a series of tweets.

The rapper’s tweets warranted enthusiastic responses from both Plain Pat and A-Trak.

In addition to his tweets about the album, Cudi posted a picture of himself and producer Emile Haynie in the studio together with the caption: “And so it begins…”

Cudi’s Man On The Moon 3 update arrives days after he revealed via social media that he had just wrapped filming for the movie, Vincent-N-Roxxy, which also stars Zoe Kravitz.

Kid Cudi’s tweets can be found below: