When Rich The Kid isn't too busy copping Maybachs to celebrate his two platinum songs, he's acting as the CEO of Rich Forever Music, his own imprint under 300 Entertainment. Rich has kept his roster small thus far, with only Famous Dex and Jay Critch being signed to the label as of right now, but he's been working overtime to promote his artists, and himself, with the release of numerous "Rich Forever" mixtapes.

The latest, Rich Forever 4, is set to make the summer hot, dropping on July 13th. While we've known about the existence of the project for a while, Rich The Kid took to his Twitter today to share the artwork for the upcoming project. The cover features all three members of the Rich Forever family, pasted on the cover in black and white. The background is all red, with all while scribbles and graffiti, presumably from the artists themselves. Funnily enough, that picture of Famous Dex on the cover looks awfully familiar...

Regardless, fans of Rich The Kid and his band of merry men now know part of what's in store for them when the tape drops come July. In terms of music, we've already got a couple of previews from the project. Jay Critch one day decided to drop a bunch of songs featuring Rich in the same day that are meant for the project, including the O.G. Parker-produced "For The Fame," as well as the dreamy, "Near You."

Check out the album artwork for Rich Forever 4 below. If we're really lucky, we might even get a Lil Tay feature on the project.