Rapper YG is not resting on his laurels, he’s looking for a re-up. Fresh from releasing his previous mixtape Red Friday, the Bompton native is planning to drop another project next year.

Over the weekend, YG went on his various social media accounts to announce that his next mixtape is called Just Re’d Up 3. The tape, which the 4Hunnid leader said is “for the streets and my good peoples,” will be executive produced by DJ Mustard.

The original Just Re’d Up mixtape was released back in 2011 and the sequel dropped in 2013. No track list was revealed for Just Re’d Up 3 and there’s no word if the project will include guest features.

Last month, during the Thanksgiving holiday, YG dropped the Red Friday mixtape for major consumption on the internet. The 26-year-old rapper also sold physical copies of the project for $100 a piece. The eight-song tape featured guest appearances from 21 Savage, RJ and Mitch.

Recently, YG teamed up with Lil Wayne for a G-Funk-inspired banger “Trill.” On the song, produced by Boi-1da and T-Minus, YG shares his financial goals for 2016 and beyond.

“What’s the plan? See, the plan is to stack 100 grand / Turn 100 grand to a million / Turn that million to a billion, turn that million to a trillion / Cause all my life, I’ve been a trill n----,” he spits.

Expect YG to be still brazy in 2017.