Isaiah Rashad just finished the North American run of his Lil Sunny Tour and is apparently feeling refreshed enough for new music.

Yesterday (April 3), the TDE rapper tweeted that fans can expect music more frequently from him. The timespan between his debut project on the label, Cilvia Demo, and his first official album, The Sun’s Tirade was over two years.

Rashad also shared with DJ Booth that he’s going to be more open with his fans.

“I’m officially giving myself to my supporters,” the Tennessee native said. “I’m done being a hermit.”

To make his point even stronger, he previewed new music from his phone, which he’s clearly vibing to.

The Sun’s Tirade received a 4 out of 5 in HipHopDX’s rating and was named among the 20 Best Rap Albums of 2016.

Over the weekend, TDE boss Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith previewed some of the West Coast label’s upcoming releases, although he made no mention of how Rashad fit into the schedule.