Lil Durk’s new album, originally set for a release date that would have seen the Voice of the Heroes collaborator dropping on the same day as the artist formerly known as Kanye West, is now set to arrive next month.

Tuesday, Durk rolled out the @jerryphd-shot video for his new track “AHHH HA,” which will indeed appear on his previously announced Voice follow-up 7220. In an Instagram post shared late Monday evening, Durk alerted fans to the video’s availability while also revealing presumed 7220 cover art and announcing a new drop date of March 11.

“I missed the half time performance for allstar to give y’all this album,” Durk informed fans in a separate IG Stories update. Meanwhile, over on the OTF site, new 7220-centered merch items have been made available, including a bundle option that includes a hoodie and a physical copy of the album that’s housed inside a custom-wrapped box.

Durk’s 7220 era will be further complemented with a U.S. tour that kicks off in April at the Arizona Federal Theatre in Phoenix. Additional stops include the YouTube Theatre in Los Angeles, the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, the UPMC Event Center in Pittsburgh, and the United Center in Durk’s hometown of Chicago

Durk, fresh off an appearance on 2 Chainz’s Dope Don’t Sell Itself album, is also on the lineup for the 2022 edition of the Broccoli City Festival in D.C. Click here to see the full lineup.