Rick Ross is expected to drop his long-awaited Port of Miami 2 album next month, and it's bound to be a stacked release judging from the singles: "Gold Roses" featuring Drake and "Big Tyme" with Swizz Beatz. But Rozay also confirmed he got both Pusha-T and Lil Wayne on the album, too, and in a brief interview with Baller Alert, he confirmed that they're even on the same track together.

When asked about the two appearing on the album, Ross said, "You know what I did was... I put together a record, without either one of them knowing." He continued, "'Cause I feel like we will put this behind us one day. The real question, is the time now? And it may not be the right time for that, we'll have to see."

During a recent interview with Hot 97, Ross said the Wanye and Pusha track would appear on Port of Miami 2.

Weezy and Pusha-T have had issues with each other for other a decade. It was even the catalyst for the issues between Drake and Pusha, which flared up in 2018. There's still a chance the song could be vetoed by one or both of the rappers, but as of right now Ross has indicated that it's going to happen.

Ross previously teased the collaboration on his Instagram earlier this week.

"Last night I got to play a few joints for a few people and to me, one of the most meaningful records is 'Maybach Music VI,'" Ross said on his Instagram Stories as XXL reported. "I wanted to make this shit special in a different way. Causing some great n***as to put what I consider some bullshit behind them. There’s a difference between having differences with n***as and wishing death upon n***as. We know what this is."

Port of Miami 2 drops Aug. 9, around 13 years after the original installment arrived.