Congrats are in order for New York-born, Maryland-raised rap star, Rico Nasty. The Sugar Trap 2 artist has had quiet the come up story, and now she's preparing to drop her anticipated NASTY project this Friday (June 15) and will also head out on a tour.

With her singles "Rage" and "Smack a Bitch" taking over the airwaves, it was only a matter of time before she announced her newest effort. Alongside the reveal of the cover art, Rico wrote "My next project 'NASTY' will release next Friday june15 Shout out to @yungjake For this amazing Piece . Shout out to everyone on set this day as well . Can u see it lol," she adds in regards to her hair, which spells out her last name.

Rico shared the project news days before revealing she signed to Atlantic Records. With her son in hand, the "Key Lime OG" rapper captioned the photo: "Oh and this happened . Me and cam are very happy. I signed to @atlanticrecords. Thankful for my ENTIRE team. Thankful for all my fans only up from here guys."

Along with her daily social media announcements, Rico Nasty also shared the 14-song tracklist to NASTY, which holds features from Lil Gnar and 2018 XXL Freshman BlocBoy JB.

When XXL spoke to Rico last year for The Break, the young star shared that one of her goals it to pave a new lane for women in hip-hop, and it appears she's finally living it out. "It’s so many talented women and some don’t even get heard because we’re always compared to the next nigga," she admitted. "Stop comparing the girls to the boys. They feel like it’s a lot you have to do and a lot you have to put up with. We over that shit."

View the album art and tracklist below, along with the 28-city dates for The Nasty Tour, which kicks off July 27 in Richmond, Va.

Rico Nasty's NASTY Tracklist

1. "Bitch I'm Nasty"
2. "Countin Up"
3. "Trust Issues"
4. "In the Air" Featuring BlocBoy JB
5. "Pressing Me"
6. "Ice Cream"
7. "Oreo"
8. "Hockey"
9. "Won't Change"
10. "Life Back"
11. "Transformer" Featuring Lil Gnar
12. "Why Oh Why"
13. "Rage"
14. "Lala"

Rico Nasty Tour Dates

July 27—Richmond, Va.
July 28—Norfolk, Va.
July 29—Baltimore
July 31—New York
Aug. 1—Washington, District of Columbia
Aug. 2—Philadelphia
Aug. 3—Boston
Aug. 4—Los Angeles
Aug. 7—Toronto
Aug. 8—Detroit
Aug. 9—Chicago
Aug. 11—Bonner Springs, Kan.
Aug. 13—Charlotte, N.C.
Aug. 14—Atlanta
Aug. 15—New Orleans
Aug. 17—Houston
Aug. 18—Austin, Texas
Aug. 19—Dallas
Aug. 25—Vancouver, Canada
Aug. 26—Seattle
Aug. 27—Portland, Ore.
Aug. 30—Oakland, Calif.
Aug. 31—Sacramento, Calif.
Sept. 1—Santa Cruz, Calif.
Sept. 4—Phoenix
Sept. 5—Santa Ana, Calif.
Sept. 6—Los Angeles
Sept. 7. Las Vegas

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