Macklemore has been relatively quiet as of late, but that’s about to change faster than his fans can say “abracadabra.” On Sunday (November 3), the Seattle-bred artist shared an Instagram photo of himself dressed as wizard (cover art?) and revealed he’s been working on a “magic rap” album, which he says is the first of its kind.

He also encouraged his fans to help him pick a title for the project with a “CONTEST ALERT.”

“I’ve been working hard on this magic shit,” he captioned the photo. “And now I’m combining both of my talents for the first ever Magic Rap album. And YOU get to pick the name. Drop the best album title in the comments, I’ll select the best one and whoever wins gets a free dog. (I pick the dog and I get to name it though. That’s fair). Good luck.”

Mack further explained to HipHopDX, “I’ve been doing magic for about 2.5 years now. A lot of people are already calling me mid-pack David Blaine. One afternoon in my magic shed, I was doing some rabbit work when the idea hit me — ‘What if I combined my natural ability of wizardry and used music to genre blend!?’ I ran it by the local magician community in Seattle and one out of two of them agreed — it was a great idea.

“I personally haven’t seen Harry Potter, but it seems like most humans really enjoy with them shits. This could be big. So I posted it on Instagram with a contest: ‘Whoever gives me the title in the comment section will win a present.’ And that present is a dog, probably in the later years of its life, but still… it’s a free dog. I love music, I love magic and I love dogs. You ever hear a Magician on a trap beat? Me either. But you will … 2020.

Macklemore, who shot to worldwide notoriety in 2013 thanks in part to the massive single “Thrift Shop,” hasn’t released a full studio album since 2017’s Gemini. The album spawned the singles “Glorious” with Skylar Grey and “Marmalade” featuring Lil Yachty.

More recently, the 36-year-old was honored with the MusiCares’ Stevie Ray Vaughan Award in recognition of his dedication to MusiCares and his commitment to helping others in the addiction recovery process.

Check out his post above.