Last week, Riff Raff teamed up with DJ Afterthought and Wiz Khalifa for "Test Drive." Today (Jan. 30), the Houston rapper delivers his new project Aquaberry Aquarius.

The nine-song, DJ Afterthought-produced body of work contains guest features from Lisa Cimorelli, Tomi Dibiase, Choo Jackson, Fat Nick, Germ and Bones. "Test Drive" with Wiz Khalifa comes in at track two on the project. You can check out the full tracklist and stream Aquaberry Aquarius below.

In other Riff-Raff related news, the eccentric rapper is gearing up for another release in a few months. Back in November, the Neon Icon went on Twitter and announced his new album The White West is dropping in June. “IM THE WHiTE KANYE WEST SO NEW ALBUM DROPPiNG JUNE 24 2017,” Riff Raff wrote. “THE WHiTE WEST.”

If you still can't get enough Riff Raff, the H-Town repper has a full movie dropping this fall for your viewing pleasure. After putting out his Peach Panther album in 2016, Riff Raff is gearing up to release a film by the same title. Perez Hilton, Tommy Chong, Problem and G Eazy and other celebrities are slated to appear in the movie.

In June 2016, Riff Raff spoke with LA Weekly about the upcoming film, saying, “I know people get it, but there are those who want to say that just because I’m having fun or ‘funny’ that I’m not an artist…That doesn’t make sense. Whenever Jamie Foxx was on In Living Color and then you saw him sing, it didn’t take away from either of those things. I can’t change everyone’s perception of me, but I can change the quality of the work — and this album and movie are of undeniable quality.”

As aforementioned, you can stream Aquaberry Aquarius below.

Riff Raff's Aquaberry Aquarius Tracklist
1. "Hit Me Up" Feat. Lisa Cimorelli
2. "Test Drive" Feat. Wiz Khalifa
3. "My Ice"
4. "Root Beer Float Ghost" Feat. Tomi Dibiase
5. "Word Around Town" Feat. Choo Jackson
6. "I'm Not Waiting on the Summer"
7. "Codeine Counselors" Feat. Fat Nick & Germ
8. "Last Time I Checked" Feat. Bones
9. "Jody Highroller Dot Com" Feat. Choo Jackson

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