It’s been four years since Wiz Khalifa has dropped a full-length solo studio effort, but it looks like 2018 will be the year of the Kush.

On Saturday (Jan. 13), the Taylor Gang leader went on Twitter to revealed that he’s working on his sixth project, tentatively called Khalifa Kush. “Constantly in the studio. Been writing some amazing songs lately,” he tweeted. “Albums never done till it comes out. I'm gonna be more than happy wit this work when it does.”

Khalifa’s last album, Blacc Hollywood, was released in 2014. Since then, he has released one EP, Khalifa, and a collaborative project with Juicy J and TM88 (as TGOD Mafia) called Rude Awakening in 2016.

There's no official word on when Khalifa Kush will hit stores this year.

Meanwhile, Khalifa is still keeping busy outside of the studio. This weekend, he's performing at the Dria's beach club and nightclub venue in Las Vegas. Last week, the 30-year-old rhymer received the Epic Man of the Year Award at the Developing Options Awards Banquet for his monetary donations for uniforms for the Crenshaw High School's football team.

Check out Wiz Khalifa's tweets below.

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