Brockhampton is joining the fray in what’s shaping up to be a busy month for Hip Hop releases.

The self-proclaimed greatest boy band in the world’s fourth album, titled Puppy, is scheduled to come out in June, alongside expected releases from DrakeNas, Teyana Taylor and Kanye West (plus Ye’s collaboration with Kid Cudi).

Brockhampton leader Kevin Abstract hit Twitter to share the release window and artwork that features group member Matt Champion. The exact release date hasn’t been announced yet.

A similar collage was shared by the group’s Twitter account back in March, along with a video where Jaden Smith announced the group had just signed with RCA.

[This article has been updated. The following was published March 21, 2018.]

Brockhampton, the self-proclaimed “greatest boy band in the world,” has turned to Twitter to announce their newest project.

On Tuesday (March 20), the Cali-based collective shared what appears to be a cover art image with the words “PUPPY” and “Summer 2018” written across it.

Although the tweet didn’t include any extra commentary, Brockhampton’s Kevin Abstract did confirm PUPPY is an album. It would serve as the follow-up to the three-part Saturation series the group released last year.

“PUPPY IS THE ALBUM NAME YES THE GREATEST BOYBAND IN THE WORLD IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON ‘PUPPY’,” Abstract wrote.

News of PUPPY comes shortly after Brockhampton claimed a female “GOD” told them not to release its Team Effort album next week.