In countless interviews, No Malice has said he cannot rap about his drug dealing past anymore, which hindered any talks of a new Clipse project. But, it seems No Malice has settled his differences with Pusha T to release their highly anticipated reunion album.

Last year marked the solo album debuts for the pair: Pusha T's My Name Is My Name and No Malice's Hear Ye Him, respectively. As 2013 was coming to an end, Pusha announced he was working on his sophomore set King Push with photos of the alleged studio session to back it up. According to Karen Civil, the photos that surfaced are part of an untitled independent project from the Clipse.

Although rumors have been said of their reunion before, this latest bit of news would end their three year hiatus. Here’s hoping a follow-up to Till The Casket Drops is on its way.