Ghostface Killah and MF Doom may be ready to drop their joint album, DOOMSTARKS.

The highly-anticipated LP has been teased and rumored before but it seems fans are getting the first hint of it coming to fruition as Ghostface posted the possible cover for it.

The Digital Death & Grime-designed piece shows the two rhymer's faces as if they're melting like ice cream over a sky blue background.

Ghost also posted it on Twitter with a request for his followers to visit, which oddly leads to an IndieGoGo page for a product called CBD Oil that promises "revolutionary healing."

In return of donations, the rhymer is offering WuTang Clan gear and vape pens. It's definitely an odd turn -- especially since the project is being done with Killah Priest, another rhymer he's slated to release an album with.

Last year, Ghostface said that he and DOOM were planning an album and that it would be released in February. The two have been collaborating for awhile -- dating back to 2005's "The Mask." Ghost also dropped a verse on "Angelz" on DOOM's Born Like This in 2009.  In 2011, they released the Victory Laps EP and most recently, in September, they dropped "Lively Hood."

Supreme Clientale 2 is also slated to be released this year along with the aforementioned album with Killah Priest, Tragedy Khadafi. It seems 2016 is already proving to be a good year for hip-hop and we're happy to see some movement towards these projects.

Needless to say that we're excited for the new possibilities coming to our ears. Which project are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments!


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