One of the year's most anticipated rap releases is coming. Vince Staples' debut album, 'Hell Can Wait,' is set to drop next month.

Due on Oct. 7, Staples' LP is the follow-up to his mixtape, 'Shyne Coldchain, Vol. 2.' The California rhymer recently unveiled the artwork for the upcoming project on his Instagram page. The cartoonish image features the well-articulated ruffian staring at some locals in front of a house on fire, which represents his panoramic, visceral views of chaotic urban life.

The set's first single is 'Blue Suede.' As for features on the collection, there are only two.

"I got Aston Matthews and Teyana Taylor,” Staples told XXL. “Besides that, it’s just me. I’m not for the features for the sake of features. I want it to really fit and align well with the project.”

Meanwhile, Staples will perform the 'Kingdom (Remix)' with Common and Jay Electronica at the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards. The all-star kudos-fest will air on Oct. 14 at 8PM ET on BET.