Just in time for Christmas, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie will drop his long-awaited second album Hoodie SZN on Dec. 21.

On Monday (Dec. 3), the Bronx native went on his Instagram account to reveal the album artwork. The illustration features the rhymer, cloaked in darkness, in the soaking rain wearing a Highbridge the Label hoodie with the actual Bronx High Bridge in the background.

“My Sophomore Album #HoodieSzn drops 12/21/18,” he wrote. “It took me over a year to complete and I can’t wait for you all to hear it. This is for my Day 1’s. Thank You for riding with me.”

Pre-orders for the album will begin on Friday (Dec. 7) at all digital stores including Spotify and Apple Music.

Hoodie SZN follows his debut album The Bigger Artist, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart with 67,000 units sold in its first week of release. That project features the platinum-selling single "Drowning" featuring Kodak Black.

Back in September, A Boogie was generous enough to give fans a four-song project B4 #HoodieSZN to hold fans over until he drops his second album. The collection features a cameo from labelmate Don Q and production from Zaytoven and more.

A Boogie can also be heard on 6ix9ine's song "Waka," which is from his latest album Dummy Boy. The 22-year-old rapper also appears in Tory Lanez's new video for "If It Ain't Right."

Get ready! #HoodieSZN is approaching...

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