2 Chainz has just released his fourth album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. The highly anticipated offering ranked No. 28 on Complex’s 50 Most Anticipated Albums of 2017.

You can stream the follow-up to 2016’s Lil Wayne collaboration ColleGrove at Apple Music and cop it on iTunes. You can also hear it below via Spotify.

Pretty Girls Like Trap Music features plenty of star power. It has contributions from Gucci Mane, Migos, Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Pharrell, Monica, and more.

"I'm having a trap tantrum on this album. Straight out." @2chainz on #PrettyGirlsLikeTrapMusic https://t.co/rAPwDbsSan pic.twitter.com/DDCzl1kAZA

— Beats 1 (@Beats1) June 15, 2017

Tity Boi had proclaimed via Twitter co-sign Thursday that the album would become the album of the year.

You ain't lyin https://t.co/qORumtSWsX

— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) June 15, 2017 

The 39-year-old Atlanta rapper threw an exclusive listening party last Wednesday night at the ASA gallery in Soho. However, he was prohibited from entering the event. It is speculated that the city's notorious "hip-hop cops" shut down the event. The party was moved to Thursday night at NYC’s Up&Down.

2 Chainz has also been in the news for his track “Realize,” which debuted during the Pretty Girls Like Trap Music listening party. In the track, Nicki Minaj alleged that Papoose writes Remy Ma’s rhymes. Remy Ma and Nicki continue to throw shots back and forth.

2 Chainz won his first Grammy (he has also claimed five BET Hip Hop Awards) earlier this year for Best Rap Performance alongside Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne with “No Problem.” He’s hoping to find more awards show success now that Pretty Girls Like Trap Music is out in the world.