In the wake of his new single, "I Love," Joyner hit up Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show to tease his future plans. Speaking with Zane Lowe, Joyner opened up about his upcoming ADHD album, which is set to feature yet another collaboration with Eminem. "Eminem has been someone that I've always considered the greatest ever, to ever do it," says Joyner. "You can hear it in my music that I'm heavily influenced by that." He proceeds to reveal the nature of their upcoming "Lucky You" follow-up, confirming that "Eminem is definitely on ADHD. We have another record coming out."

Though he remains secretive on the details, he does give us a little bit of insight into what we should expect. "We're into Joyner Lucas territory, storytelling territory. That's what me and Eminem, we both do best. He created one of the best records ever in life, which was "Stan." I'm heavily inspired by that record, too." 

"He's a really good person, man," says Joyner, praising Eminem's character. "He's a really good guy. We've had some dope, deep conversations." It's cool to see that Slim has taken the young lyricist under his wing, as it were, as we look forward to seeing what the pair will cook up next. Joyner's ADHD is set to arrive later this year, and the rapper has promised his "best body of work" thus far. Peep Joyner's new single, "I Love," out now.