Nicki Minaj's long-awaited fourth studio album Queen is set for release on August 17th, but it seems the Young Money rapper won't be staying quiet until then. In a tweet sent Monday night, Nicki prepared her fans for "something" she'd be "posting" on Wednesday. Immediately, fans began to theorize about what the cryptic announcement could mean, many jumping to the conclusion that Nicki would be sharing the tracklist for her upcoming project.

So far, there are three songs confirmed to appear on Queen. The hard-as-nails lead single, "Chun-Li," promo track "Rich Sex" with Lil Wayne, and the pop radio record "Bed" with Ariana Grande. Outside of that, all we know is the album will be 19 tracks in length with two additional Target bonus tracks.

Nicki just earned her highest-charting single of the year with "FeFe," a track from controversial Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine on which she appears. The song debuted at No. 4 on last week's Hot 100 before rising to No. 3 this week. It is unclear if the song will end up making the cut of Queen.

Minaj will head out on a co-headlining tour with Future following the release of her album. Find the full list of tour dates here.