When B.o.B dropped his new song 'Strange Clouds' we figured it was just a teaser single to get fans hype about his new album. But the Grand Hustle artist recently revealed that the song will also serve as the title for his second album, as well. Talk about killing two birds with one stone.

The Atlanta rhyme-slinger didn't explain the meaning behind the album title but if you listen to the song, it appears that he might be bringing a harder sound the second time around. As for the track, B.o.B was able to get Lil Wayne to spit a verse on it. "Wayne actually got on it pretty quick," he told radio station V-103. "It was a quick turnaround. We were kind of debating on it, man, but we just felt like this is the song that should go first. I feel really strong about it and I like to take my time with music."

The club banger 'Strange Clouds' is not as pop-friendly as his previous songs but it's certainly doing well for him. The single is currently No. 1 on iTunes since its release on Monday.

Meanwhile, B.o.B rocked the mic at a fundraiser for President Obama's re-election campaign in 2012 at the House of Blues in Los Angeles on Monday (Sept. 26). At the event, the 22-year-old rapper performed his chart-topping hits like ‘Nothin’ on You’ and ‘Airplanes,’ and then rapped with Playboy Trey on tracks like 'Bet I' and ‘Past My Shades.'

B.o.B plans to release his new album in 2012 but didn't give a specific date as of yet.

Watch B.o.B Talking about 'Strange Clouds' on V103 Interview