Logic fans, rejoice: a new album from the DMV spitter is on the way. The title of Young Sinatra's new album will be AfricAryaN.

The 26-year-old Gaithersburg, Md. native went on Dan Harmon's podcast Sunday (Oct. 2) and discussed various things, including racial issues and the meaning behind the new project title. According to the Twitter account @LinesofLogic, the album concept is "based on the fact that humanity stemmed from Africa and has to do with humans going from black to white."

The concept seems dope—pretty similar to Nas and Damian Marley's project Distant Relatives. AfricAryaN is slated to drop in 2017. You can listen to the podcast in full when it drops this Wednesday (Oct. 5).

In case you missed it, Marvel unveiled a couple new hip-hop variant covers, and one of them is a play on Logic's last album The Incredible True Story. The series also flips album covers like Pusha T‘s Darkest Before Dawn and Tech N9ne’s Sickology 101 as well as ’90s classics like De La Soul’s De La Soul Is Dead and Cypress Hill’s Cypress Hill IV. The latest batch of Marvel covers includes work from artists like Felipe Smith, Nelson Blake II, Guru-eFX, Omar Casanova, Wil Quintana, Ray-Anthony Height, Rob Schwager and STONEHOUSE.

Logic also appeared on a track with Big Gigantic recently. He raps, “What the fuck would I stay for/Why the fuck would I pay for her/Stunting is just gonna kill me/Nikki, I’m still me but I’m just better/It’s been six months since we touched last/But I grow fast with this letter/And I swear to God that I’m better."

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