Good news T-Pain fans— the rapper is dropping an album that will let his vocal talent speak for itself.

As Billboard reports, the 38-year-old, who’s legal name is Faheem Rashad Najm, announced that he’s getting ready to release a covers album. The project, titled On Top of the Covers, will feature tracks from unexpected artists– and he’s singing them sans autotune.

T-Pain will tackle songs like Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come,” Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show’s “Sharing The Night Together,” Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me,” Chris Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey,” Frank Sinatra’s “That’s Life” (with a feature from NandoSTL) and Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs.”


Fans suspected the rapper had something up his sleeve after he teased the announcement on Twitter.

“Buckle up cause I got an announcement coming tomorrow [sic].” He wrote, sharing a tweet that said his covers and remixes are always A1.

Several viewers guessed what the artist had to share. But one fan in particular was eerily correct, hypothesizing that the rapper would take on Frank Sinatra’s discography.

According to Rolling Stone, you can expect the rapper to depart from his usual sound on “On Top Of The Covers,” his first album in four years.

“These songs are not what you’d expect when you hear that T-Pain is doing a covers album and that is what I think is cool about it,” he says.

The album is set to come out in a few weeks— on  March 17. But if you can’t wait that long to get your T-Pain fix, you can see the rapper in Los Angeles at the Sun Rose at Pendry West Hollywood in March.