Wiz Khalifa has announced the working title of his next album, which has a similar theme to one of the most successful projects of his career.

The Taylor Gang leader is calling his sixth album Rolling Papers 2: The Weed Album. He revealed the news in a tweet with no further details. The effort is the sequel to his 2011 album, Rolling Papers. That collection boasted two major hits, the anthemic “Black and Yellow” and “Roll Up.” This new LP speaks to Wizzy’s ongoing love affair with marijuana.

We must also admit that it’s not the most original title in the world but at least we know what to expect from the album. Some fans even addressed that issue with Wiz on Twitter. “It's so dope that you're willing to switch up your subject matter," wrote a fan in a sarcastic tweet. "I can't wait for Eminem to release The Angry LP. Should be great.”

When one fan criticized the "We Dem Boyz" rhymer for what he deemed was an unoriginal album title, Wiz responded, "So negative, try smiling." He then added, "Its very important to take care of your teeth and remind others to do the same."

Uh, okay.

This new album doesn't have a release date yet, but perhaps it will arrive by August, which will signify a year passing since his last LP debuts. Blacc Hollywood, released in 2014, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with first-week sales of 90,453 copies. Songs like "We Dem Boyz" attributed to the album's success.

While we wait for his sixth effort, Wiz will hit the road next month with rock band Fall Out Boy on their Boys of Zummer Tour. The trek kicks off June 10 in Camden, N.J. You can check out the full tour itinerary here.

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