It looks like Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown are hitting the road together.

A day after they released their collaborative track "Wobble Up" with G-Eazy, Variety reports Nicki and Brown are scheduled to go on tour this fall. The details surrounding the trek have not been confirmed; but as the publication points out, New Jersey's Prudential Center has posted an Sept. 13 concert that lists Brown as the headliner and Nicki as the featured act. Tickets for the show are expected to go on sale next Friday.

In an Instagram Stories post, Chris Brown confirmed a tour would be taking place, but clarified it will take place in the summer.

We'll keep you posted as more information about the tour rolls in.

The news arrives less than a month after Nicki concluded the Nicki WRLD Tour with Juice WRLD. The 22-date trek was, unfortunately, mired by technical difficulties, which forced several show cancelations. Minaj was also expected to kick off a North American tour last year; however, that was ultimately postponed after Future pulled out as the co-headliner.

Nicki told fans she decided to delay the run due to time constraints, as it was scheduled to kick off shortly after she completed her Queen album.

"My album was originally going to drop in June which would’ve given me 3 months of tour rehearsal," she wrote in an August Instagram post. "However, I was still writing & recording up to last week. We are all grown right? We can all do math right? Or will they just pretend to not have basic sense so that they can board the Nicki Hate train & get some clicks? I can’t rehearse 4 WEEKS for a tour I originally planned on rehearsing 3 months for. I give my fans QUALITY."

Earlier this week, it was reported that Nicki had parted ways with her longtime managers Cortez Bryant and Gee Roberson. Insiders said the split was "amicable."