TDE are on track to have their biggest summer yet. After Kendrick Lamar’s historic album DAMN. dropped in April, SZA announced that her hotly-anticipated album CTRL will drop on June 9. Now, ScHoolboy Q has hinted that his upcoming album will drop just after SZA’s. "I just might have my album for y’all after SZA, so I’m out here," he said during a recent performance with label-mate Ab-Soul.

It has barely been a year since ScHoolboy Q released his fourth album The Blank Face LP, a record that received high acclaim and made our own list of the best albums of 2016. As of press time neither ScHoolboy nor TDE have confirmed any details in an official statement, but it seems a safe bet to say that his newest full-length will be a peak of the summer's musical offerings.

Stay tuned for further information. In the meantime, revisit ScHoolboy Q's latest music video "Dope Dealer" below.

In other music news, Radiohead have announced that they will release a new single this Friday. Get the full story here.

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