Mike Dean, the man behind many of the year's top tunes, may have another collab in the works, as Atlanta singer 24hrs shared the above photo on Instagram earlier in the week of himself and Dean. "Thanks for everything OG," he wrote beneath a photo of the two talking, Dean wearing a self-branded hoodie, "believing In me before everyone new I was Twenty DEAN24 on the way."

The post comes just a few weeks after 24 dropped “What You Like” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa and produced by Hit-Boy. Back in October meanwhile, he linked up with Gucci Mane for "Not Impressed," produced by Apex. The singer as well posted a photo of himself with $ign and one-third of the production group Justice League so it would seem he has multiple projects cooking, included a collaborative EP with Ty, songs like "Count Me Out," "Back Up" and "Only You" already out.

As for Dean, the super-producer and engineer has popped up throughout the year with work on songs like "Timmy Turner" and "Good Drank." He as well has credits all over Travis Scott's Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. Earlier this month, Dean questioned rappers who use diss records as album promo, writing on Twitter, "why do artists who are lacking always make a diss song just before their LP comes out?? not anyone in particular. its just a pattern in the industry."

Peep Dean with the rising singing star above.

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