Tulsa, Oklahoma-based emcee Dre Murray has revealed details about his sophomore solo album on Collision Records.

Murray will release the LP, titled 34, on Nov. 27, Black Friday. He turned 34 years old in September.

The announcement comes less than three weeks after his Collision label mate Alex Faith dropped his new album, Bloodlines. This past April, Murray and Faith put out a collaborative album, Southern Lights: Overexposed, and alongside it, a celebrated visual version of the album.

Murray set the bar high for himself with his Collision debut, Gold Rush: Maybe One Day, in July 2013. The critically-acclaimed album peaked at No. 189 on the Billboard 200 and was widely regarded as one of the best Christian hip-hop albums that year.