After some delay, Lil Xan's debut album, Total Xanarchy, finally has a release date. Backed by the single "Betrayed," Diego's debut project is set to release on April 6.

Along with "Betrayed," Total Xanarchy will also feature the songs "Wake Up," "Slingshot" and "Far." Fans can also get the Yo Gotti and Rich The Kid-assisted remix of "Betrayed" if they pre-order the album.

Originally scheduled to drop on March 17, Lil Xan revealed earlier this month the album would be delayed. But while it will take a little longer to receive the album, the rapper did promise a few big names on the project. "I got YG, 2 Chainz, Charli XCX and Diplo," Xan said on Hot 97. "We really wanted the album to be something else."

The 21-year-old rapper also spoke about what listeners can expect to hear on Total Xanarchy. "This album is where I feel like I shine with the whole creativity," he said. "It's a lot of stuff people haven't heard. It's a very mature sound. I don't think they're going to expect it."

In related news, the "Basically" artist recently found himself in hot water when he called Tupac Shakur's music boring. Following the backlash, Lil Xan said he was done with interviews.

"You know what ima just stop saying how I feel and I’m done doing interviews," he tweeted. "No more interviews. I love my fans to death but I can’t let these companies keep taking advantage of me and using me to further there shit, it’s fucked."

Check out the Total Xanarchy album cover below.

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