Teyana Taylor has remained booked and busy since retiring from music. She recently took to social media and announced her newest position with rapper Lil Baby.

The Harlem native revealed Monday she will serve as the creative director and co-producer for Lil Baby’s upcoming “It’s Only Us” tour, Revolt reported. 

“He say “ITS ONLY US” I say IT’S ONLY UP” from here! So let’s turn s**t up a notch! Go time @lilbaby 💪🏾,” the 32-year-old wrote in the caption of her Instagram post. 

She continued: “Thank you @lilbaby & @qcmceo_p for trusting @theauntiesinc to creative direct & co-produce The #IOU tour! This one will be one for the books fasho!! Musical direction ✔️choreography ✔️ production ✔️ visual content ✔️ wardrobe ✔️ stage presence ✔️ whew 😅 you def in good hands with one hell of a village & I can’t wait for the world to see how much fun we have with this s**t! @lilbaby @theauntiesinc @humanprsn 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾 “IT’S ONLY US” TOUR COMING TO A CITY NEAR YO 💪🏾 #IOU #Theaunties #Aspiketeyjoint”

Taylor was also the creative mastermind behind several artists’ tours and festival performances. Blavity reported that rapper Latto tapped the actress to become her creative director for her Coachella performances in April.

The “In One Minute” artist’s 24-city tour will include rising stars like Rylo Rodriguez, Gloss Up, GloRilla, and Junxho. His first stop is scheduled for July 26 in Houston.

Variety reported that the Atlanta-based rapper canceled 10 shows from the initial 32-city tour without explanation. He then faced backlash from Twitter users, who made their assumptions on what might have led to the shows’ cancelations.

“Lil Baby’s tour is cancelling dates due to lack of ticket sales,” one user said.

“Why is bro doing an arena tour after that mid album??? He’s not drake lmaoooo,” another user wrote.

“I think Lil Baby can DEFF close to sell out arenas…I think #1 the timing was off….too many shows around the same time, 2 he needs better supporting acts, 3 getting tickets too complicated these days & sometimes ppl don’t wanna deal,” a third user tweeted.

“Btw I f**k with lil baby and this wasn’t a diss or nothin. Just highlighting that selling tickets is harder than the public thinks and people should show respect where respect is due,” another user said.

While Lil Baby has made headlines for canceling multiple shows, he’s not the first artist to remove shows from an upcoming tour. Earlier this month, People reported that Beyoncé canceled her Pittsburgh show during the North American leg of the Renaissance World Tour.

The “Heated” artist was scheduled to perform at Acrisure Stadium on Aug. 3. However, the show was canceled “due to production logistics and scheduling issues,” and fans would be reimbursed for ticket purchases.

Rapper Future started his One Big Party Tour in March and canceled his final two shows in Kansas City and Minneapolis, per Billboard.