Lil Bibby's highly anticipated FC: The Epilogue was slated for a Friday (Nov. 18) release. Fans will have to wait a little longer, as the album is being pushed back until Jan. 27, 2017.

FC3: The Epilogue was originally slated for a December 2015 release. The project was then pushed back until March, then May, then November 2016. According to iTunes, the Chicago rapper's debut studio album has been delayed yet again.

For fans of Bibby's mixtapes, it also seems that Free Crack 4 is on the way. In late October, the South Shore, Chicago native tweeted, "#FC4 coming." You can view the tweet below via Bibby's official Twitter account.

If you're disappointed by the news of the pushback, you should check out Bibby's surprise Big Buckz mixtape, which should hold you over until January 27. The eight-track body of work contains previously released songs such as "John Snow," "Never Go Against the Family" and "Steph." Additionally, you can go back and peep Lil Bibby's tremendous mixtape Free Crack 3. The Windy City product's deep, haunting delivery serves as the perfect soundtrack for the coming winter months.

You can pre-order FC3: The Epilogue for $7.99. The project consists of 11 tracks, with confirmed songs "EBT to BET," "Sleeping on the Floor" featuring G Herbo, "Aww Man" featuring Future, "You Ain't Gang" and "Ridah."

In other Bibby-related news, the 22-year-old recently enrolled at Illinois State University for computer engineering. Props to the Bibby for furthering his education.

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