ASAP Rocky's new interview with WWD focuses mainly on his presence in the fashion world, but after answering many questions about his upcoming Guess capsule collection, the Harlem rapper made it clear that he's still working on music obsessively.

"I know I seem all ‘Zoolander’ with my sh-t right now but I’m in the studio every night," he said. "I have two projects right now, and with visuals and installations I’m always very hands-on. I can’t wait for people to hear the new music and hear what’s going on with me and what’s inspiring me."

Though he didn't go into too much detail, Rocky seemed to suggest that The Cozy Tapes Vol. 2 would be arriving soon. "The ‘Cozy Tapes’ stuff  is coming out first," he said, revealing new music would be released "ASAP, no pun intended."

The Cozy Tapes Vol. 1, a collaborative album with Rocky and his crew, ASAP Mob, was released last year. The rapper did not reveal any info about the second project, though it seems likely it could be a solo project, as his last LP, At Long Last ASAP, was released in May 2015.

Rocky briefly touched on “Please Don’t Touch My Raf,” a track he previewed on Twitter which is expected to feature Lil Uzi Vert, Quavo, and Playboi Carti. "You know, like Raf Simons. It’s a popular hashtag,” he said.

Treating London as his home base for a few years now, Rocky shared some thoughts on recording in the city. "It feels like home to me and it’s not too far from New York," he said. "Then I’m off to Hawaii and a few other places to record, and to Japan to get inspired."

Read the full interview at WWD.