Less than a week after releasing his self-titled album, Future is returning with another album. Titled “HNDRXX,” the rapper’s latest project will be out by the end of the week and will feature 17 songs. Not much else is known about the album at this point, but Future has been dropping hints on social media.

It Will Release On Friday

You won’t have to wait long to get your hands on Future’s next album. The Atlanta rapper will release “HNDRXX” — named after his nickname Future Hendrix — on Feb. 24. According to Hits Daily Double, the reason for another album release in such a short time is because Future and his record label want to have back-to-back No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 chart.

Expect A More Radio-Friendly Album

While Future’s self-titled album featured no singles, the new project is expected to be more “rhythmic-leaning and radio-friendly.” Future had a number of singles released in 2016 including “Low Life” with The Weeknd and “Wicked.”

The Weeknd And Rihanna May Be Featured

Track titles and guest appearances for “HNDRXX” are still unknown, but if the above Instagram post from Future is any indication, Rihanna and The Weeknd may appear on the album. In the caption, Future wrote, “The album I always wanted to make, timing is everything and with that being said #HNDRXX link in my bio.” The post featured the album’s artwork and also included Rihanna and The Weeknd tagged in the photo. 

The Album Isn’t Because Of Rocko

According to a report from Heavy, Future recently settled a lawsuit with Rocko. The rapper was Future’s former manager as well as the CEO of A1 Records, the label Future signed with before Epic Records. After winning a lawsuit for breech of contract, Rocko now gets 50 percent of Future’s touring profits for the next two years as well as royalties from Future’s next two albums. Following news of the settlement, Future released his self-titled album and is now releasing another project. While the two albums may seem like a workaround for Future, the rapper denies it. During a Twitter Q&A on Tuesday, Future was asked if his new record was because of Rocko. “No way,” Future responded.