It’s hard to forget: Last year, after delivering a 15-minute rant and performing just three songs, Kanye West abruptly walked out of a scheduled Saint Pablo show. The unusual behavior was followed by full cancellation of the entire tour and hospitalization for the rapper for his “own health and safety” (later dubbed a “nervous breakdown” triggered by the anniversary of his mother’s death). He was eventually released from the hospital after over a week, but not without cancelling the European leg of his tour, too.

Kanye has been quiet on the solo music front since then, reportedly working on new music…on a Wyoming mountain, the former confirmed by a Def Jam exec. Until then, he’s been revealed as the executive producer behind G.O.O.D. Music signee Kacy Hill’s upcoming album, and the man behind the board for most of Pusha T’s forthcoming project, too. He also celebrated a milestone birthday at 40 years old.

After all that, it seems the rapper is ready to get back on stage.

TMZ is reporting that ‘Ye could go back on tour as soon as early 2018. A source told the site that Live Nation, which produced the stunted Saint Pablo Tour, is “ready to jump as soon as he gives the green light.” The insider claims the new experience will not be a replica of last year’s tour.

The source also says that “Kanye is physically and mentally back…he’s focused, engaged, and has overcome the issues that landed him in the hospital last year.”

Here’s to ‘Ye.