Kanye West at the Grammy Awards on February 8, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Credit: Lester Cohen/WireImage

He’s not holding back any longer. Kanye West took to Twitter on Saturday, March 12, to announce that he plans to go full force with his creative projects this coming year.

“No more fashion calendar … I’m going Mad Max … 6 collections a year … 3 albums a year,” he wrote.

West, 38, has already had a busy 2016, with a new album, The Life of Pablo, and a Yeezy 3 fashion line debuting simultaneously last month.

On February 24, the father of two announced that his next album will be “coming this summer.” (The rapper already has eight studio albums under his belt, including 2004’s College Dropout and 2013’s Yeezus.)

West’s latest Twitter declaration comes after an online apology to his peers and fans for what many have deemed a monthlong streak of Twitter rants.

“It’s been a lot of confusion in the past 3 weeks so let me apologize for in any way being confusing…” he wrote on March 8. “I guess in a media world where you never hear the truth, the truth can come off as crazy…”

As Us Weekly previously reported, West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, has been "very concerned and frustrated" by his actions, but when she broke her silence via her website in late February, she stood by her man.

"LOVING My Husband. HATING That people don’t get that Kanye will stand up against the whole world for his creativity and art," Kardashian, 35, wrote on her personal website. "LISTENING TO ‘I Love Kanye.’ WEARING Yeezy Season 3 samples I took from the show. WANTING Everyone to be as honest as Kanye.”

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