Although it’s suffered a few delays, it seems PartyMobile finally has an official release date. According to a tweet from PartyNextDoor, the Canadian crooner’s next LP will arrive via OVO Sound/ Warner Records on March 27.

“Presave PARTYMOBILE album out March 27,” he tweeted on Friday (Feb. 28).

Along with the announcement, PartyNextDoor dropped off the record’s latest track, “Split Decisions.” Following the previously released “The News,” “Loyal” featuring Drake and “Loyal (Remix)” featuring Bad Bunny, “Split Decisions” finds PND confessing infidelity over a gloomy Alex Lustig-produced beat. The song marks the fourth offering from PartyMobile.

PND ended his two-year solo music hiatus back in November by first hinting at new music with a cryptic tweet, which would ultimately give way to “The News” and “Loyal.” Later that month, he announced he would follow up the two singles with his next album, setting a January release date for the project via Twitter.

After missing the January drop date, the “Recognize” artist revealed that the album wasn’t fully done and asked for fans’ patience before extending the release date to February.

“To the fans, I’m gonna need some more time to put the finishing touches on this album,” he tweeted about PartyMobile on Jan. 29. “February… I promise the extra time will be worth it.”

Fans are understandably hesitant to accept the new March release month. However, this is the first time PND has offered a specific drop date.

PartyMobile will mark the singer’s first full-length album since 2016’s PartyNextDoor 3 and serve as a follow-up to his 2017 Seven Days and Colours 2 EPs. PartyNextDoor 3 included a lone feature from Drake on “Come and See Me,” while Seven Days saw collaborations with Halsey and Rick Ross.

See some fan reactions to PartyMobile’s new March 27 release date on Twitter below.