Canadian singer-songwriter Daniel Caesar’s long-awaited third studio album finally has a name and date: Never Enough will be out on Apr 7.

The album marks the Toronto artist’s first for Republic Records. We’ve already heard two new tracks that will appear on Never Enough: down-tempo joint “Let It Go” and “Do You Like Me?” For the latter, he said in an IG post “[It’s] a song about a woman I respect deeply,” Caesar said about the record, adding that it’s “90 degrees of a love triangle.”

Last year, Caesar also dropped 2023 Juno nominated “Please Do Not Lean” with fellow Canadians BadBadNotGood and performed at Coachella, with Justin Bieber as a special guest on “Peaches.”

He also posted a sentimental message for fans on Valentine’s Day.

“I know this is corny but, best part almost at a billion. You should @ someone you’re down to be corny for. Thank me later,” he said.

His last full-length album was Case Study 01 in 2019. He released the Grammy Award-winning Freudian in 2017, which won for “Best Part” with H.E.R. for Best R&B Performance.