Kid Cudi is gearing up for an epic 2022. In addition to prepping the release of two new albums, he’ll be using the microphone for his very own podcast.

On Wednesday (January 5), Cudder provided an update on his forthcoming podcast, which is tentatively titled All Love No Shit Talkin’, revealing he’ll be recording the debut episode later in January.

“Podcast update: recording first episode in a couple weeks,” he tweeted.

Kid Cudi didn’t provide any further information in regards to when the anticipated episode will drop or which star-studded guest(s) from his Rolodex is slated to make an appearance. The Ohio native initially announced plans for the podcast in June 2020.

“All love no shit talkin,” he wrote on Twitter. “Only uplifting artists and talkin w my friends and fans. All positive vibes! It’ll be like ur hangin w me smokin and shootin the shit for awhile. Itll be meant to comfort the lonely.”

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Outside of the podcast, Kid Cudi has two albums on the way. He previewed a handful of new songs during his Rolling Loud California set in December, including a Dot Da Genius-produced track titled after his late dog “Freshie.”

“I’m teasing all this stuff because, as you know, I have Entergalactic coming in the summer,” he said on stage. “But I wanna drop another album before that. And I got some tasty surprises and I really am excited about all this new shit, this new music to give to you guys. So that’s why I’m teasing this shit now, because it’s coming out soon. So tonight, record this shit.”

Entergalactic is the album that’s due out at some point this summer alongside an animated Netflix series of the same name.

“Wait til y’all hear and see Entergalactic. U have no idea,” Cudi wrote in September. “I really wanna thank Kenya Barris, Mike Moon, Elizabeth Porter and the whole team for believing in my vision and helping bring it to life. Everything about this show is next level. Ull see.”

Kid Cudi closed out 2021 on a high note by starring in Don’t Look Up alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill and his love interest Ariana Grande, with whom he also collaborated on a song for the movie’s soundtrack.