The Game and Meek Mill called an end to their disagreements during the final weeks of 2018. Now, the two may have some new music together in the pipeline after a "super productive" studio session.

That's the description from the alleged sources of TMZ. According to their report, the two—who previously landed on "The Soundtrack" together back in 2015—recently hit a Los Angeles area studio together to work on a new track from Game's new album. As for that super productiveness, the report notes that it also included some jovial discussions on their 2016 back-and-forth. The track is reportedly due "in the near future."

Last month, Game shared a lengthy note to his Instagram confirming he and Meek were cool now. "We had differences but when it all boiled down, we were once friends in & out of music," he wrote at the time. "As young African American men we grew up in similar situations where a lifespan for us was 21 years of age & that is still the age in which most of us coming from where we come from think we'll never make it to."

Game's note was preceded several days earlier by a quick tweet from Meek in which he hinted to a fan that they might put another collab in the bag soon:

Meek dropped his strong new album CHAMPIONSHIPS that same day. As for Game, his most recent studio album was his 2016 release 1992, which boasted production from Scott Storch and Bongo, among others. Maybe we'll get the return of Travis Barker on his new album. After all, I still return to this one every now and again: