Detroit rocker Kid Rock announced Wednesday he's launched a website that's touting a run for U.S. Senate in 2018.

Yes, really.

Kid Rock, otherwise known as Bob Ritchie, tweeted the Kid Rock for Senate website is real and tweeted a photo of a mock lawn sign.

"I have had a ton of emails and texts asking me if this website is real… The answer is an absolute YES," Ritchie tweeted.

Ritchie also promised to make an announcement soon.

Ritchie just released a new album that is for sale on his website.

No documents have been filed with the Federal Election Commission showing that he has formed a committee to raise money for his run or is an official candidate in the 2018 race in Michigan.

The website selling merchandise for Rock's alleged Senate run includes Warner Brothers Records in the URL.

Ritchie, a supporter of President Trump, would presumably run as a Republican challenging incumbent Sen. Debbie Stabenow.

When asked for comment on Ritchie's potential run, Stabenow said in a statement, "I know we both share a love of music. I concede he is better at playing the guitar and I'll keep doing what I do best which is fighting for Michigan."

Following the election, Ritchie called states that voted for Hillary Clinton "Dumbfuckistan" and visited the White House as a guest of Sarah Palin with Ted Nugent not long after Trump went into office. He's infamous for waving the Confederate battle flag on stage, despite being from Romeo, Mich., and the son of a wealthy car dealership owner.