Pop punk darlings State Champs will be adding another album credit to their repertoire, as the band will be featured on rapper Hoodie Allen's upcoming album The Hype

Allen broke the news on Twitter earlier today, posting the entire tracklist for The Hype, where the song “All My Friends” is listed along with credits to artlists like Wale, Scott Hoying and Goody Grace. It's no surprise that the two artists should be collaborating like this given their closeness, but it's still a pleasant announcement nevertheless. 

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Fans are understandably beside themselves about the announcement, having been waiting for this collaboration for some time. Several have taken to Twitter offering up how hype they are for the reveal, and who could blame them, really?

The Hype will be Allen's third album, following Happy Camper in 2016, and will feature twelve tracks, with several already available to listen to. State Champs previous effort Around The World And Back is still going strong, available now. There's not much longer to wait, but if you can't help yourself and need a fix until then, check out Allen's latest below. Meanwhile, he's embarking on a tour in support of his upcoming album, kicking off on Tuesday, October 10 in Columbus, Ohio and ending in Manchester, UK on Sunday, December 17. 

Check out Hoodie's official site for tickets and additional information.