Fans have been eagerly waiting for the release of Anderson .Paak's new album. The rapper's been teasing the project throughout the course of the year. Less than a week after releasing his single, "Tints" with Kendrick Lamar, he reveals the official release date for his upcoming album, Oxnard.

The wait will be over soon. Ahead of Complex's "Open Late With Peter Rosenberg," Anderson .Paak revealed that his new project, Oxnard will be released on November 16th. 

"Rosenberg, stop! My album drops November 16th. You get an album! You get an album! You get a fucking album! You get an album," he said while impersonating Oprah. The rapper later went to Twitter to confirm the release date for his fans and share the official cover art for the project.

We have a bit over a month left until the album drops, but it feels like we'll be getting more music off of the project before it drops. The rapper debuted his single, "Tints" with Kendrick Lamar which followed the release of "Bubblin'" earlier this year. 

Over the past few months, Anderson. Paak's been teasing some of the features expected on the project. Aside from Kendrick Lamar, Andy also hinted at appearances from J. Cole and Pusha T. He also revealed that Madlib and Dr. Dre have production on the same track on Oxnard. Additionally, .Paak revealed that Dr. Dre had a major role in the project's creation and coached him through the whole process.