Skepta has been buzzing for a minute now, and it looks like he's finally ready to unleash his new sound on the world. Tonight he announced that his album Konnichiwa, which was originally due out last year, will finally be releasing on May 6. There's no official tracklist available as of now, but it's probable that popular songs like "Shutdown" and "Top Boy" will make the cut. Complex compiled everything we know so far about the album—minus the just-announced release date—here.

Skepta is hardly the first grime MC to try and make a splash across the pond; in the past, popular British rappers like Tinie Tempah and Dizzee Rascal have struggled to gain a foothold in the American rap scene. Skepta does have one secret weapon that none of those rappers did though: a strong cosign from Drake. The pair collaborated on the song "Ojulegba" with Wizkid last year, and he even popped up at Skepta's section tour back in February. Along with the release date, Skepta also shared the project's official tracklist, which might feature Drake. 

With or without Drake, Skepta is a talented rapper, and it will be interesting to see how he's received by audiences in the United States. You can check out his Instagram announcement, as well as the dates of his upcoming US tour, below.

 

#Konnichiwa the album, May 6th. Greatness.

A photo posted by SKEPTA (@skeptagram) on Apr 13, 2016 at 11:31am PDT

 

NO FEAR TOUR 2016. 💀💀💀

A photo posted by SKEPTA (@skeptagram) on Apr 11, 2016 at 3:05pm PDT

 

Pre-order #Konnichiwa the album tonight on iTunes @ 00:00 GMT 🇬🇧

A photo posted by SKEPTA (@skeptagram) on Apr 14, 2016 at 4:30am PDT