In an Instagram note Sunday, Xan said he didn't want to leave his fans "in the dark" any longer. "[I] love you guys so much and hope you stay along for this crazy journey and i've never felt more happy in my life," he said in the Annie Smith-tagged post before dropping the invitation. Xan also got in a mention of his new album Be Safe and his work at YouTube Space.
Back in mid-December, Xan informed he fans he had exited rehab and was now sober. In a post sent shortly after being admitted, Smith—speaking on Xan/Diego's behalf—thanked fans for their support. "I'm so beyond proud of this precious boy for being the strongest person I know and for wanting to live a better life," she said at the time.
Xan's most recent studio album was last year's Total Xanarchy, which was followed within months by the tape Heartbreak Soldiers. His Be Safe project, the title of which he says was inspired by Mac Miller, is expected in early 2019.