Only six days after Big K.R.I.T. announced his forthcoming album DRDD had been turned in, the Mississippi-bred rapper has confirmed the project is coming in February while revealing its title: Digital Roses Don’t Die. 

The 35-year-old shared the cover art for the album via Instagram on Monday (January 24) and noted it’s set to drop on February 18.

Digital Roses Don’t Die x 2.18.2022 #DRDD,” he wrote in the caption alongside a crown and rose emoji.

The last time Big K.R.I.T. released new music was in 2019 with K.R.I.T. Iz Here. In a 2019 interview with HipHopDX, he spoke on his lengthy career and said the album represented “the happiness” he now experienced as a veteran rapper.

“I’ve been telling a very intricate story throughout my career. K.R.I.T Iz Here is its own thing, its own body of work, its own music,” K.R.I.T. said. “It’s the happiness that I’m in now. [It’s] the freedom that I have now, the independence that I have now and celebrating that. And growing as an artist and a human being. I wanted to showcase that.”

He concluded by saying he’s learned positive energy has contributed to his longevity.

“You start to realize people are creating memories with you, and you’re creating memories with them,” he said. “You’re able to talk about these things and engage. And the hug means so much. The positive energy you need, it gives you that motivation to continue to write and to continue to make music. And I just feel blessed, brother, that throughout these years people not only seen me rap or make music, but I’m still connecting. It’s crazy.”

K.R.I.T. recently dropped the first single from DRDD called “So Cool.” Check out the song’s ’70s-themed music video below.