Fabolous is looking to heat up the season with Summer Shootout 3: The Coldest Summer Ever.

The 16-track project, which marks the final installment of the Summer Shootout series, includes the previously released singles "Ooh Yea" with Ty Dolla Sign, "Choosy" with Jeremih and Davido, and "B.O.M.B.S." Other artists who contributed to the tape are Tory Lanez, Teyana Taylor, Meek Mill, Gucci Mane, Chris Brown, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, 2 Chainz, PnB Rock, and many, many more. 

Fabolous teased Summer Shootout 3 during an interview with Music Choice back in August, explaining why he chose to drop the mixtape installments during the cold-weather months.

"A lot of people used to always ask why it was called Summertime Shootout when they dropped in the winter. 'Cause it wasn’t really, like, to the word 'summertime' it was really more about the feeling of summertime being good and bad for some people..." he said. "Everybody remembers summer for different things or certain summers for different things. Not to put a black cloud over summer because it’s always a time people look forward to and have a good time, but there’s ups and downs of it, as well. Even just the little things, like having to work in the heat sometimes—people hate that too. Just all around, that was the theme of it being called summertime and adding shootout to it."

You can stream Summertime Shootout 3 above. The project marks the Brooklyn rapper's first major release since 2017's Friday on Elm Street with Jadakiss. Fabolous recently revealed he was in talks to drop another joint tape, this time with Pusha-T. 

"I was talking to [Pusha T] about maybe doing one," he told DJ Hed and Bootleg Kev. "It could be eight to 10 songs. Me and Push probably already have two songs. Me and Dave East probably have about three songs."

Earlier this year, Fabolous accepted a plea deal in his domestic violence case involving Emily Bustamante, his long-time girlfriend and mother to his kids. New Jersey prosecutors reportedly agreed to dismiss Fabolous' charges on two conditions: He must complete a pretrial intervention program and stay out of trouble for one year.