Kendrick Lamar has been announced to perform at the upcoming Super Bowl Halftime Show, alongside Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and Mary J. Blige.

Rumors have circulated about when Lamar will release his final TDE album, in the past. On a new website titled Oklama, Anthony Tiffith, the CEO and founder of Top Dawg Entertainment, responded to Lamar’s previous social media message that he will be making one final TDE album, saying, “With this being Dot’s last album on TDE, this is more of a VICTORY LAP, a celebration.” I am confident that he will be successful in whatever he chooses to do, and he will have our complete support.” There is currently no official release date for this album, as well as no information on who will be featured or the status of the project thus far.

Despite this, Billboard recently confirmed that sources have told the publication that Kendrick Lamar could release a new single on February 4 or 11, just before the artist is scheduled to perform on the Super Bowl stage.