Lloyd is back in the game.

After taking a time out for self-reflection and personal growth, the 32-year-old singer has released his long-awaited comeback album Tru. The 11-track project follows Lloyd’s 2011 King of Hearts and includes the four tracks from his 2016 Tru EP.

The New Orleans-born artist spoke about the album in an interview with Complex earlier this month, when he compared his new material to soul food.

“Well, if you did get a chance to hear the EP, you know it kind of took on a more personal aspect and a more live music aspect as well, so just continuing those things,” he said. “Also, I wanted to put a lot of soul into it, you know? Kind of comparing music to food, I would say the goal was to stay as far away from fast food as possible and to focus on soul food. Definitely a lot of humanizing moments for me as an artist and as a man. Just talking about family, talking about the loss of loved ones, and now that I’m experiencing fatherhood, I’m kind of talking about that as well.”

Tru features cameos by Lil Wayne (“Holding”), Rick Ross (“Heavenly Body”), Currensy (“Blown”), Sevyn Streeter (“My Bestie”), and more.

You can stream the new album now on Apple Music/iTunes and Spotify.