Drake recently delayed his upcoming "playlist" More Life from December to the "top of 2017," but at least we're getting hints about what's to come. On Twitter early Wednesday, Bryson Tiller hinted that he would be somehow involved in the project. 

He was also spotted in a Snapchat video with Boi-1da on Tuesday night.

If he does end up on More Life, Tiller would be the second confirmed feature so far, following 21 Savage's appearance on the track "Sneakin."

Tiller and Drake have a long history together. The pair have been friends for several years now, and Tiller almost signed to OVO before deciding to go with an RCA deal instead. "40 called me and he was like 'Yo man, this is actually a great deal. I haven't seen a deal like this in a long time.' He thought that I should take it," Tiller said in a Hot 97 interview back in February, explaining that he and Drake hit the club soon after and have been cool ever since despite not inking an OVO deal.

Naturally, his announcement got a lot of fans on Twitter excited.