Remember that “new shit” 2 Chainz was talking about? It's here. 

After teasing new material on social media this week, the Georgia rapper delivered a four-track EP titled The Play Don’t Care Who Makes It. The project, which marks 2 Chainz’s first full-length release since 2017’s Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, arrives one week before the rapper participates in the 2018 All-Star Weekend celebrity game. This likely explains the sports-centric EP title, and the cover art’s referee stripes.

The Play Don’t Care Who Makes It features production by June James, T-Minus, 808 Mafia’s Non Stop Da HitMan, and Street Runnerz. YG and Offset also make an appearance on the EP’s second track “Proud.”

You can stream the project now on Apple Music or purchase it on iTunes.

Fans can also catch 2 Chainz in the highly anticipated Black Panther: The Album, due out Friday, as well as the All-Star Weekend Celebrity Game at 7 p.m. ET Feb. 16 on ESPN or the WatchESPN app. And you already know the former college basketball player is looking to dominate.

Back in October, 2 Chainz hit up Instagram announcing he had another studio album in the stash. Though he has continued to tease the project since then, he hasn’t revealed any details about what fans can except.

But that's not the only project he has on deck. Last month, 2 Chainz also revealed that he and Lil Wayne are working on a follow-up to 2016’s Collegrove.