The Madd Rapper is back. In a recent interview with XXLMag.com, former Bad Boy producer Deric “D-Dot” Angelettie revealed that he has plans to drop a follow up album to 1999’s Tell 'Em Why U Madd.

D-Dot—who first appeared as The Madd Rapper on a skit on The Notorious B.I.G.’s Life After Death—told XXL that the new disc is dropping next year. “I’m working on Mad Rapper Part 2,” he said. “It’s coming out the top of the year. Of course still mad.”

Angelettie has a slew of notable guest appearances on the project as well. “I got Nicki Minaj,” he shared. “I got Diddy. I got Ness. I got Busta. I got Keyshia Cole singing. I got records son. I got too many records that I could put out. I got Joell Ortiz, those are my boys from Brooklyn.”

As far as what the record is going to sound like, D-Dot expects fans to laugh. “It’s still going be mostly comedy,” he said, “me hating.” I got a record called ‘Dear Hip-Hop,’ where I wrote a letter to Hip-Hop hating on everybody.”

As of press time there is no set date for the album, but Angelettie expects to release it on his indie label Crazy Cat. –Elan Mancini with reporting by Rob Markman