After a brief delay, Lil Durk has shared his fourth studio album, Love Songs 4 the Streets II—the sequel to his 2017 breakout mixtape, and his first full-length release since November's Signed to the Streets 3.

"I made LS4TS2 for women, my Day 1's," Durk said about the release, "the trenches, and all those that doubted me."

The album, which was originally scheduled to drop last Friday, is said to showcase Durk's artistic range and various dimensions, as it features a mix of slow, romantic jams as well as hard-hitting drill anthems. LS4TS2 spans 16 tracks, including the previously released cuts "Bougie" with Meek Mill and "Like That" featuring King Von. Other guest artists include Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

You can listen to the album now on Apple Music and via Spotify below.

Durk and Von are currently facing a number of felony charges related to a non-fatal shooting that occurred back in February. The incident happened outside The Varsity restaurant in downtown Atlanta, where Durk and Von allegedly shot 23-year-old Alexander Weatherspoon in the thigh before robbing him.

Durk—real name Durk Derrick Banks—turned himself in about two months ago, but insists he is innocent.

"I have nothing to hide," he told reporters in early June. "I have nothing to run from."

During a June court hearing, detectives cited witness testimony as well as surveillance footage in which Durk is allegedly seen driving a car and shooting an individual outside the popular restaurant. A judge found probable cause against Durk and Von, who have been charged with criminal intent to commit murder, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.