It looks like it's going to be a wavy summer.

On Tuesday (May 28), French Montana announced on his Instagram account that his Coke Wave 4 project is finished. In a short clip, French is wearing a colorful fur coat as his engineer plays a snippet of a track that will appear on the mixtape.

If you listen closely, the song features a sample of Lee Erwin’s “Thief of Baghdad,” which DJ Premier sampled for Nas’ “Represent” from his classic 1994 album Illmatic. "COKE WAVE PART 4 @maxb140 2 weeks let’s feed the streets OWWW ," the Bronx rapper captioned the video.

It looks like Coke Wave 4 will drop in two weeks right after French finishes observing Ramadan, an annual observance practiced by Muslims that consists of strict fasting from sunrise to sunset.

Coke Wave 4 is the fourth installment of French and Max B's popular Coke Wave series, which started back in February 2009. There's no word if Mr. Wavy himself will be on CW4, but in an April interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, French revealed that he and the incarcerated rapper worked on a collaborative album before he went to prison.

"I was just so happy that I was able to get Max B and Chase on one record together for the Wave Culture," he said. "And me and Max B got another Coke Wave album done."

French also added that Kanye West's Kim Kardashian-West is looking to see if she help get Max B released from prison. "Me and Kim was talking about getting Max B home from jail," he said of Kim K, who's actively pursuing a law degree. "'Cause she's doing the whole thing with...So, like for her to even reach out and do that I felt like that was powerful."

Check out French Montana sharing a song snippet from Coke Wave 4 below.

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