22 years after his passing and Tupac Shakur is still making headlines. Whether it be over the sale of handwritten notes or younger rappers slandering his name, Pac's just as relevant now as he was in the past. It's been over a decade since his estate shared any of his unreleased music, but it looks like we could be getting a new posthumous album from 'Pac this weekend.

Tupac's Instagram account, which is handled by his estate, teased a new release that'll drop this Saturday (Nov. 24). The account shared a black-and-white photo of the rapper with "1998" written across his face and "Saturday 11/24" written underneath. "Sign up to be the first to know," it reads underneath the photo.

As Complex pointed out, the date provided marks the 20th anniversary of Tupac's Greatest Hits album. Although his estate hasn't mentioned anything about it, it seems like it could be new music. However, it's also possible that it has something to do with a new clothing collection. In the link in the account's bio, it gives fans two options: "1998 - Be The First To Know" and "NEW APPAREL: 2018 Fall Collection." However, when you click on either one of them, it directs you to a countdown for Saturday.

At this point, it's unsure what exactly to expect, but hopefully, it means we'll get some unreleased music from 'Pac soon.