Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana may have never delivered on the promise of their proper collaborative album I Can't Feel My Face, but they're now making up for lost time. After reuniting on the closing track of Wayne's Dedication 6: Reloaded, it appears the two rappers are working on more material. Juelz posted a picture of himself and Wayne in what appears to be Circle House Studios in Golden Glades, Florida; a studio Wayne has been known to record in and has referenced in songs like Da Drought 3's "Upgrade."

It's unclear what the two might be working on. Juelz captioned the photo "Scary Site... Bloody Mary," referencing he and Wayne's collab from earlier this year.

Naturally, fans in the comments section of the post have already expressed hopes for I Can't Feel My Face to see proper release. That seems like wishful thinking, but after the shelved T-Wayne project was released last year, anything is possible.

Speaking of shelved projects, Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V, which has been held hostage over the last few years as he continues his legal battle with Cash Money, may actually be released in 2018, if you can trust Birdman's word that is. "You'll get that this year," he said in the recent Cash Money documentary The Cash Money Story. When asked about a timeline, he replied, "that's up to Tunechi." Something tells us not to take this at face value.

Listen to Wayne and Juelz' "Bloody Mary," in which they rap over a remixed version of 2Pac's "Hail Mary," here.