Houston veteran Z-Ro says he's finished with his career as a solo artist. The respected rapper has just announced that he will be releasing his final album, No Love Boulevard.

The 40-year-old veteran MC offered some details about his upcoming project on Instagram, sharing that it's slated for a June release.

"#noloveboulevard (my last album) will be available in June 2k17... #2thehardway with @miked_ofsuc and #ghettogospel with @beanznkornbread will also be available at a later date. THANK YOU to all my fans! #zro #kingoftheghetto #rothervandross #onedeepentertainment," he wrote in the caption.

While No Love Boulevard will be his last solo project, fans can still look forward to his two collaboration albums with Screwed Up Click member Mike D and producers Beanz N Kornbread to come in the future.

Hopefully, in the next couple of weeks, we'll be able to get an official release date for the last album from Z-Ro. Check out the album cover for the project in the Instagram post above.


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