A few weeks after dropping a contender for the most bizarre single of 2017 in "Happy Ending," Hopsin has returned with a whole gang of news. The white-eyed rapper has followed up his pornographic ode to the forbidden temptations of Asian massage parlors with the voodoo inspired "Witch Doctor," which you can check out below. Not only that, but Hopsin has also revealed that he will be dropping a brand new album called "No Shame," which is set to be released on Black Friday, November 24th. He's also shared the album cover, which you can check out after the jump. If you're fiending for this one, No Shame is available for "pre-save" right now.

News of Hop's No Shame drop accompanies another announcement from the controversial rapper. As of today, it has been officially confirmed that Hopsin has signed with 300 Entertainment, issuing the following statement in a press release: "I am very excited at the fact that I partnered up with 300. They are doing an amazing job at helping me expand my career. My album "No Shame" will give my fans an extremely real and heart felt experience of what I have been going through in my personal life." 

The good vibes were echoed by 300's CEO & co-founder Kevin Liles, who showered praise upon Hopsin's "Ill Mind." "We're excited to have Hopsin join us at 300. He set the blueprint for independent artists today and as an independent company, we find him to be a great partner." As for now, that's all we know about the album, as a tracklist has yet to be released. Still, it wouldn't be surprising to see "Witch Doctor" show up, although "Happy Ending" seems far less likely (although perhaps that's for the better.) Stay tuned for more news on No Shame, right here.