Hendrix season has returned. Future took to Instagram on Wednesday (April 13) to calmly announce that his next project — which remains untitled for now — has a release date and is set to arrive at the end of the month on April 29.

“date 4.29 title TBA,” he wrote alongside a photo of him smoking.

Offset hopped into the comment section with his stamp of approval, writing, “Pluto.”

There isn’t much known about the album besides it will feature a collaboration with Kanye West, Babyface Ray and possibly FKA Twigs. Clips and photos from the Kanye video shoot have already surfaced with the visual now in the stash until Future’s ready to unleash the track.

The Atlanta native played the role of executive producer on Kanye West’sDonda 2 album while providing vocals on several tracks, including “Pablo,” “Happy” and more.

Future teased that he had “major heat coming fast” while his most recent single arrived with “Worst Day” in February. He then lent an assist to help power Gunna’s trendy “Pushin P” anthem in March.



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“Scooter said drop the album this month,” the rapper tweeted earlier April. “Major heat coming fast. Stay ready stay woke.” He followed up in another tweet, “When the album drop ain’t no being humble…Da biggest.”

The untitled album will serve as Future’s ninth solo studio album and follow up to 2020’s High Off Life, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 — marking his sixth consecutive debut at the top of the album chart.