Westside Gunn may never get the recognition he deserves as a master of ceremonies, although he has often supported him, his discography and overall vision should forever earn him the consideration in the conversation. No matter what you think of Gunn’s music, it’s impossible to deny his unique aesthetic, an intriguing blend of high fashion and visceral street violence.

While he’s already teased his own retirement from hip-hop, likely to continue his conservation efforts to the next level, it looks like he’s one of the many emcees forever fascinated by the allure of the rap game. Now he’s back with some news on his next album Sincerely Adolf, the eighth and culmination of its long history Hitler wears Hermes series.