Chicago wordsmith Lupe Fiasco has revealed that he has already planned out his next two albums, which will wrap up his contractual obligations with current label home Atlantic Records.

Last week, during the listening session for Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Pt.1, which is slated to be released on September 25th, Lupe told The Village Voice that he already has his plan mapped out to fulfill his contract with Atlantic as he announces his next 2 albums.

As the Chicago rapper previously noted, the follow up to his new album is titled F&L II: The Great American Rap Album Pt.II, and it is already complete as he wanted to release Food & Liquor II as a double CD, but the plan fell through, and he will drop them as 2 separate albums. He now reveals, during the listening session, that he is prepping the follow up to F&L II: The Great American Rap Album Pt.II, which is titled Skulls.

Skulls will be Lu’s final album under his current Atlantic Records recording contract, and it is already 80% complete.