Kanye West and Chance The Rapper have been at work on their forthcoming joint Album Good Ass Job. Not only has the collaboration brought some of Chicago's best and brightest together again, but it seems that the rapper's children, Saint and Kensli have become friends along the way.

In an adorable video posted to Chance's Instagram page, two-year-old Saint and three-year-old Kensli have a grand old time dancing to Michael Jackson's 1982 hit, "Thriller." The two friends break it down with Chance's encouragement in a video captioned, "Reunited and it feels so good." The post comes after Saint and his father Kanye had the honor of throwing the first pitch at a Chicago White Sox game this past Sunday. Saint and Kanye made their entrance to Kanye's Chicago themed hit, "Homecoming," making for an endearing pair.

While Good Ass Job has yet to receive a release date, speculation about the kind of music fans can expect has already begun. Good Ass Job seems to have long been in the works for West, and a 2003 MTV article confirms claims that West had plans to use the same name for his fourth ever album. "I'm calling the next one Late Registration," he shared back in '03. "I've got this song 'Hey Mama' I did three years ago that I'm saving for that one. Then my third album is going to be called Graduation. And the fourth is Good-Ass Job." Over a decade later, it's safe to say that fans are definitely looking forward to Good Ass Job.