Mistah F.A.B. has been putting out music at a high clip all year, and he’s continued the momentum with a new album made entirely without curse words.

On Thursday (March 23), the Bay Area rapper shared his latest effort EYE AM, a 13-track effort with features from Murs, Ian Kelly and DZA.

“Support the grind,” F.A.B. wrote with a screenshot of the project on Twitter. “Im dropping a album every other week. This one here tho!!! No cuss words ALL BARS!!!!!!!!!!!! The era way.”

Check out the album, which marks his sixth release of the year, below:

The new project arrives just weeks after his most recent release, an 11-track project titled March Motion. The lead single hears the Bay Area mainstay connect with The Game and newcomers $cuba Sleeze and Yung Semi on “You From Cali.”

Elsewhere, Larry June checks in to open “On The Unda,” while G Perico and Sada Baby lend their voices to “Dead Homies” and “Bands With Somebody,” respectively.

Hours after the album hit streaming platforms, Fabby Davis Jr. took to Instagram to remind fans that he has promised to deliver a continuous onslaught of new music this year.

“Every other week I’m dropping an album,” he said in the March Motion trailer. “It’s non-stoppin’, we not playin’ no games. And I ain’t just droppin songs to be droppin’ em. N-gga I really got slaps and claps on all these muthafuckin’ albums though.

“135,000 listeners last month, that ain’t bad for a n-gga like me,” he added. “Man, I been in this game hella moons. So to be able to still have folks really rockin’ with a n-gga, following and listening and really growing: hey, man I’m happy about that!”

So far, Mistah F.A.B. has more than made good on his proposed release schedule. EYE AM isn’t just his sixth album of 2023, it also marks his eighth release since the top of December.

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In February, he linked up with Droop-E to deliver The Hyphy Era. The 10-track offering came just a week after Brick Phones & Beepers 2, which arrived February 10.

On January 27, the Oakland rapper put out the third volume of his Gold Chains & Taco Meat series, following on from parts one and two released in 2019 and 2020 respectively.

The 10-track project, which features appearances from Philthy Rich, Yung Semi and more, is his second full-length release of 2023. It arrived on the heels of his smooth, and on occasion Afrobeat-inspired, Hey Baby Say Baby, which arrived on January 13.