Collision Records has a fun year ahead of it, according to a report on Tuesday by Billboard.

Alongside an announcement that it had formed a “strategic partnership” with talent agency William Morris Endeavor IMG and entertainment company Steel Wool Entertainment, Collision shared that it plans to release solo albums by Swoope, Dre Murray and Corey Paul between July and November of this year. Projects that were not given a timetable include a second W.L.A.K. album, as well as a reality television show.

Collision, which in April dropped the first visual album in Christian hip-hop history for Dre and Alex Faith’s Southern Lights: Overexposed, also revealed that its roster has been in rehearsal for a national tour for August and September.