It's been almost a year since D.R.A.M. released his debut studio album Big Baby D.R.A.M.but it appears the rapper is gearing up for something new. On Tuesday (Sept. 26), the "Broccoli" artist teased an upcoming collaboration with Trippie Redd.

D.R.A.M. tweeted, ".@bigbabydram x @trippieredd is a reality..coming soon👶🏾." The rapper also posted a 27-second snippet of the song, which appears to include a verse from Trippie Redd. No further details about the song were revealed, but the track appears to feature D.R.A.M.'s signature vocals after Trippie Redd's verse.

If you're unfamiliar with Redd, the Ohio native has been building a following on SoundCloud thanks to his songs "Love Scars" and "Romeo & Juliet," and joins a new breed of rappers who mix the rockstar lifestyle with hip-hop. In an interview with XXL for The Break, Redd called himself the next big artist. "I could blow up from making a beat or I could blow up from making a song."

He also shut down comparisons to Lil Uzi Vert, saying the two don't make the same kind of music. "They always compare me to Uzi," he said. "I try to explain how it’s not Uzi. It’s like we low-key kind of have the same cadence, but not. We make total opposite music, I don’t even make music like him. I make crazy shit. He’s just now making a song that relates to his life like that."

Check out the snippet of the collaboration below.

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