By Calum Slingerland
Published May 01, 2018

The month of June is already shaping up to be a wild one for hip-hop, with new music from Kanye West, Drake and Nas expected to see release. Now, Brockhampton are getting in on the action with the announcement of a new album.

Taking to Twitter, the group’s Kevin Abstract revealed that the self-proclaimed hip-hop boy band’s fourth album will be titled Puppy. While no release date has been set, Abstract’s tweet notes that the LP will arrive in June.
 

Album 4. June pic.twitter.com/OSGdRGE9Nc

— dumbass (@kevinabstract) May 1, 2018

Puppy follows the group’s Saturation III and will mark their first release on RCA, having signed to the label in March of this year.

The group had initially planned to release a follow-up titled Team Effort this year, though decided to delay the release after they “spoke to God and She told us to save the album for another time.”

Brockhampton are set to tour extensively this summer and will appear at a number of Canadian festivals. You can find a complete itinerary here.