Kid Cudi promised that his upcoming album, 'Satellite Flight: The Journey to the Mother Moon,' will be dropping this month. And although he has yet to reveal an exact release date, he has shared the LP's cover art and tracklist via Twitter today (Feb. 13).

Not only is Cudi excited about the new album, but he also really worked on every aspect of the project. The Ohio native revealed that he designed the cover for 'Satellite Flight.'

Designing his own album covers isn't really new for the 30-year-old entertainer. He created the artwork for his 'Indicud' album, which was an image of a ball of flames in a rose gold frame.

Although he's revealed the list of songs for 'Satellite Flight,' Cudi explains that this is just for the digital release. He will also be putting out physical copies of the album, which will include more tracks.

"This is just the digital release track listing. New jams will be added for the physical, kind of like a extended "Directors Cut"! yahm," he also tweeted.

While doing promo for his upcoming movie, 'Need for Speed,' Cudi told MTV News that this album is "my best work yet."

'Going to the Ceremony' and the LP's title track have been released so far. And after listening to those two, it's clear that we're set for one spacey musical ride.