Twista, now 41, is still out there grinding. Last year, he released Dark Horse, his ninth studio album, and, today, he tells us another project is on the way. Twista's next EP, Withdrawal, will be a collaborative EP with the Chicago trio Do or Die.

Do or Die had a platinum hit, "Po Pimp", in 1996, which featured the quick-spitta himself. They haven't released an album since 2006, though apparently they're still making music, and along with Withdrawal, they plan on putting up Picture This 2, the sequel to their 1996 debut. "Po Pimp" was released 18 years ago, so we really have no idea what Withdrawal will sound like. 

The EP is set to drop May 19. Check Twista's Instagram announcement below.