Earlier this week, Drake and Oliver El-Khatib both confirmed that the rapper's More Life project would be dropping next year, Drake writing on Instagram, "Finally got to play today after recovering from the ankle injury. Happy to be back at 100 and ready for More Buckets More Shows and More Life 2017." Since dropping a four-pack sampler first announcing the project in October, not much was known about the contents of the release, though now there is good reason to believe Bryson Tiller will be a part of it.

"Started some vibes with Drake today. more life," Tiller wrote on Twitter early Wednesday morning (Dec. 14), suggesting a late night studio session. Since dropping his Trapsoul album in October of 2015, Tiller has more or less played the background, appearing on Travis Scott and DJ Khaled's albums this year and popping up on the new Gucci Mane single "Drove U Crazy." The Kentucky native as well dropped his own "Let Me Explain" a few months back.

Shortly after dropping "Let Me Explain," Tiller said his next album is "almost done," with the singer having plenty to celebrate in the new year. His song "Exchange" off Trapsoul was nominated for a Best R&B Song Grammy, where he'll face off against Drake, who was nominated for his work on PartyNextDoor's "Come and See Me."

Check Pen Griffey's tweet below. Thus far, More Life is expected to include "Fake Love" and "Sneakin'" with 21 Savage in addition to whatever Drizzy and Tiller cooked up.

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