Having just dropped his fourth album, 'Manifesto,' Wu-Tang rapper Inspectah Deck has announced a surprising new project on the horizon.

In a recent interview with XXL, Deck revealed that he will be releasing an instrumental album of all new productions, "within two or three months."

The Staten Island MC was one of the Wu's best kept secrets during their height, and has been making beats for over 15 years, in his typically quiet fashion, taking cues from Wu producers Mathematics, True Master and RZA. Though Deck has placed beats on many of the Wu's releases, including Ghostface's 'Supreme Clientele' and Method Man's 'Tical,' his production work has largely flown under the radar until now.

"I been doing production since about the first album, but I wasn't really serious with it, I was just more or less experimentin', watchin' RZA do what he does," Deck told XXL.

While we await for Deck's instrumental album, his latest album 'Manifesto,' featuring Raekwon, Cormega and Billy Danze of M.O.P., is in stores now.