Eminem is reportedly planning to release another album later this year.

The rapper returned to the charts after a three-year hiatus with 2013's The Marshall Mathers LP 2, following the release of his 2010 album, Recovery.

And the Grammy-winner is apparently not wasting any more time, with Shady XV reportedly due out as early as November, according to MTV News.

The outlet reports Eminem performed in his native Detroit, Michigan wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with "Shady XV" on Saturday.

An image with the words “Black Friday” was also posted on his website, according to the outlet, citing Rap-Up. While the phrase had some clamouring to know if the star was planning a release the day after America’s Thanksgiving, that reference has since been removed from his site.

MTV reports it remains unclear if such a release would be a solo project or a compilation album.

Eminem meanwhile has plenty to celebrate since the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

In addition to his chart-topping success, the rapper is also nominated for seven MTV Video Music Awards at the Sunday night ceremony, scheduled to kick off at The Forum in Inglewood, California at 9 p.m. local time.

Eminem announced the release of his most recent album during last year’s event, sharing details during a Beats by Dre commercial.

Fans had been trying to find out more details about the record since the Lose Yourself lyricist hinted he was working on the project back in 2012.

"I've actually kinda just started [on a new album]. I've been on the move a little bit too, so I've in between things, sneak songs in here and there," Eminem told MTV News at the time.

The Marshall Mathers LP 2 is Eminem's eighth solo album.

His previous releases include: Infinite (1996), The Slim Shady LP (1998), The Marshall Mathers LP (2000), The Eminem Show (2002), Encore (2004), Relapse (2009) and Recovery (2010).