The tracklist and album stream for B.o.B‘s Psycadelik Thoughtz are now available.

The pre-order via iTunes says the album is slated to be released tomorrow (August 14).

B.o.B spoke about the 11-track project on Twitter yesterday (August 12).

“To my fans: I’ve seen all of your messages, tweets, and instagram posts as I’ve been busy in the studio working on my album,” the Atlanta rapper writes, “but first…I want to release a very special project. This body of work is more than music, It’s an experience!”

B.o.B says that he will be going back to his older persona of Bobby Ray, which he utilized on his debut album B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray.

“You’ve been asking for Bobby Ray, so here’s Bobby Ray,” he continues.

The tracklist and album stream for Psycadelik Thoughtz is below, as are the rapper’s tweets:

  1. Psycadelik Thoughtz
  2. Violence
  3. Confucius
  4. Back and Forth
  5. Plain Jane
  6. Hourglass
  7. Violet Vibrato
  8. Up
  9. Joburg
  10. Love Life f. Sevyn Streeter
  11. Have Nots

(The first update for this story was published August 12, 2015 and is as follows.)

The cover art for Psycadelik Thoughtz has been released.

It features a drawing of a three-headed B.o.B sporting a headdress.

Other imagery on the cover includes a snake and what appears to be a white tiger.

The Psycadelik Thoughtz cover art is as follows:

b.o.b psycadelik thoughtz

(This article has been updated with the cover art. The announcement for the album was made at 7:30 am today August 12.)

B.o.B’s next album will be called Psycadelik Thoughtz, HipHopNMore reports.

There is no release date or tracklist for B.o.B‘s project yet, but the site says there will be a listening party in the rapper’s hometown of Atlanta this week. This will be his fourth album.

The cover art features the rapper with three heads and four arms surrounded by animals. The image is reminiscent of a Hindu god.

B.o.B’s last studio album was 2013’s Underground Luxurywhich included features from Chris Brown, Future, 2 Chainz, and Juicy J and Grand Hustle boss T.I. on “We Still In This Bitch.”

Since then, Bobby Ray released the No Genre Pt. 2 mixtape as well as the compilation project No Genre: The Label.

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