When J. Cole's third album 2014 Forest Hills Drive arrives on Dec. 9, fans will be getting all Cole and no filler. Last night, Cole dropped the tracklist to his next album on Twitter, and the LP will have no features from the North Carolina-bred MC.

The album comes as somewhat of a surprise for fans, who haven't heard much from Cole since his sophomore album Born Sinner came out last June. The Roc Nation rapper hasn't dropped a single yet, and won't ahead of the release of the album, an unusual but not unheard of strategy. With tracks like "January 28th" (Cole's birthday), "03' Adolescence" and "A Tale Of 2 Citiez" on the tracklist—plus the album title, which is the address of his childhood home—it seems like we might get a more autobiographical release this time around.

But we gotta ask—what's with replaces most of the s's with z's? That's something we didn't see on Cold World: Zideline Ztory or Born Zinner.

Okay, that was a bad joke. Check the tracklist above and hang on until Dec. 9 to get your fix of the new Cole LP. And stay tuned, because there might be a whole lot more from J. Cole on the way.