It's been a decade since talks of a Drake and Rick Ross joint project emerged. Presumably shelved, the album may in fact still be in the works, according to one source.

Fans have been raving about Drizzy and Rozay's latest collab, "Lemon Pepper Freestyle," which appears on Drake's new Scary Hours 2 release. On Friday (March 5), former NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco added fuel to the fire about the OVO x MMG project being unshelved by revealing some news about the two rappers' in limbo LP. The tip came via social media after Rap Caviar tweeted, "Drake and Ross been cooking up for a decade, what's their best collab? Ochocinco then weighed in with some seemingly inside info. "The joint album they’re doing together [will] unseat all projects they’ve done to date," the retired Miami native replied, along with a hush emoji.

Talks of Drake and Ross putting out a joint project, which was tentatively titled Y.O.L.O., first started in 2011. “I have been working on a mixtape with Ross,” Drake told XXL at the time. “A mixtape called Y.O.L.O. [That means] You Only Live Once. I've been working on that for the last couple of weeks. We haven't really connected because he's been going through this thing with his health. I’ve been stashing my little beats and verses.”

The two rappers' relationship soured a bit in 2015 when Drake had a highly-publicized beef with MMG artist Meek Mill. Ross and Drake settled their differences in 2017 and continued frequently working together putting out songs like "Money in the Grave" and "Gold Roses." Will we finally get the joint project fans have been waiting for? Time will tell.

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