Rich Homie Quan has officially joined the Motown/Capitol Records family, according to a recent press release.

“First and foremost I would like to Thank God for this amazing opportunity,” said Quan in a statement. “I’m excited to be a part of a building that has such great history in music. I look forward to this new chapter in my life and giving my fans the best I have to offer.”

According to reports, Rich Homie is already in the studio working on new music, including his debut album Rich In Spirit.

Heading to Motown/Capitol, he joins an artist roster that includes Quality Control rappers Lil Yachty, OG Maco and Migos.

“Quan is an extremely talented artist who creates hard-hitting and insightful music that reflects his life experiences and connects deeply with his audience,” Capitol’s chairman/CEO Steve Barnett said in the release. “His authenticity, combined with an enormous amount of hard work and vision, has brought him a long way over the past several years, and we’re all excited to help him reach the next level and beyond.”

This comes after the “Type of Way” rapper reached a settlement with his former label Think It’s A Game Entertainment. More recently, Quan had to pay security guard Christian Cajigas $60,000 after allegedly punching him in the face for being denied entry into Miami nightclub LIV.

Though he’s hopped on tracks as a featured artist for the likes of Future and Jim Jones, Quan hasn’t released a project since 2015’s ABTA: Still Going In. That year, Rich Homie released his last multiplatinum single “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)”