Bad Boy’s French Montana is ready for July 14. The hip-hop artist has formally released some cover art for his upcoming Jungles Rules album.

This week, French went to Instagram to show off his new project.

Early Wednesday, French’s longtime pal Drake publicly co-signed the solo effort.

This week, speculation developed about French low-key announcing his project at Sunday’s BET Awards show.

French had previously teased this project last year as a mixtape but looks like it will now serve as a proper studio album via Epic Records. It will hit stores Friday, July 14th. The Coke Boys leader is expected to release his The Weeknd and Max B-featured song as the next single. HHNM has also learned that he’s got at least one song with Pharrell on the LP. (Hip Hop-N-More)

Last year, Montana put out his MC4 project for free-99 after it suffered a widespread leak.

The new LP features appearances by Drake, A$AP Rocky, and Kanye West. It includes previously shared songs “No Shopping” (with Drake), “Figure It Out” (with Kanye West and Nas) and “Lockjaw” (with Kodak Black). MC4 was originally intended to be released in October but was delayed due to “sample clearance issues and leaks.” It is the latest in French’s long-running Mac & Cheese series. The last installment, Mac & Cheese 3, arrived in 2012. (Pitchfork)