YG has announced a release month for his highly anticipated follow-up to 2014’s My Krazy Life.

In June, the Compton rapper is planning to drop his sophomore set, Still Krazy. Supported by singles “Twist My Fingaz,” “I Wanna Benz” featuring  Nipsey Hussle and 50 Cent, and “Fuck Donald Trump” (FDT), he is also debuting another single from the album called “Why You Always Hatin?” on episode 22 of OVO Sound Radio next Saturday (May 21).

In addition to his dates on the “Endless Summer Tour” with Logic, G-Eazy and Yo Gotti, the rapper will be going on a separate solo tour in support of Still Krazy. Here are the dates, below.

June 3       Anaheim, CA          Honda Center - Powerhouse 2016      
June 5       Atlanta, GA             The Loft  
June 6       New York, NY         Gramercy Theatre
June 8       Chicago, IL              Metro
June 9       Seattle, WA             Neumos
June 10     Denver, CO              Summer Jam
June 12     Oakland, CA            KMEL Summer Jam
June 14     Paris, France            La Maroquinerie
June 15     Berlin, Germany       Bi Nuu
June 16     London, UK             XOYO

My Krazy Life was a widely successful album for YG, entering the Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts at No. 1 with 61,000 copies sold and No. 2 on the Billboard 200. Many fans—and even YG himself—felt My Krazy Life was snubbed from the Grammys in the Best Rap Album category.

As far as producers, YG has been working with the likes of Terrace Martin, London on da Track, Hit-Boy, and Metro Boomin. Recently, him and longtime collaborator DJ Mustard reconciled their beef during this year’s Coachella.

“Bo been doing what he been doing. I’m doing what I’m doing. I did my whole album [Still Krazy]; I got no Mustard beats on my album,” YG told Complex. “I don’t know, we just got back so we’ll see where it goes. But we boys so that’s for sure going to happen.” Stay tuned for more details on the album as we get closer to the official release date.