Rich The Kid has been keeping fans on their toes when it comes to his forthcoming debut album, but it looks like the countdown can begin now. The Queens rapper sets an official release date for the project, which he previously said would be coming in March.

His debut studio LP is slated to drop on March 30, according to his recent tweet, but so far, there's still no official title for the anticipated project. He's previously said that the album will have guest features from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and maybe more. The effort will also include his new track "Plug Walk."

On Wednesday (Feb. 21), Rich joined Kendrick at the BRIT Awards to perform his hit "New Freezer," which has climbed to No. 53 on the Billboard Hot 100. During the performance, Rich smashed an orange Lamborghini with a baseball bat. Talk about a memorable performance. Their set could lead to a spike in more "New Freezer" challenges taking over the internet.

In an interview with XXL from earlier this month, the "New Freezer" rhymer remarked that the LP will be the "greatest album of 2018."

"This will be the greatest album of 2018," he said. "Best hip-hop album—you heard it here! There’s no other rapper that will drop a better album than me. No one."

Not only is he working on his debut album, but Rich The Kid also said last month that he is also working on his Rich Forever 4 mixtape. At the moment, the project doesn't seem to have a set release date, but we'll have to wait and see.

See the original tweet from Rich The Kid sharing his album release date below.

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