According to Rich Homie Quan’s Instagram account, it appears that members of Rich Gang have decided on a reunion on wax. In one post, RHQ hinted at the release of Tha Tour: Pt. 2 album.

Following the release of his surprise mixtape, Album Before The Album, RHQ shared a photo of himself lying next to the Cash Money Records logo. He captioned the photo with "Rich Gang Pt. II," presumably referring to the sequel to Tha Tour: Pt. 1, which was released in September of 2014.

The tape, which was hosted by Birdman and included production from London On Da Track, served as a joint project between RHQ and Young Thug. Although Quan seems excited about the new project, Thug hasn't made any social media postings that would imply that he's back on board.

 @birdman5star let's turn up RICH GANG PART on the way photo by @rixhhomiedangdang

A photo posted by That's (@richhomiequan) on Nov 14, 2015 at 11:07pm PST

Working @rixhhomiedangdang s/o to @yfnlucci A video posted by That's (@richhomiequan) on Nov 14, 2015 at 9:14pm PST

Things got a little awkward between the two Atlanta rappers earlier this year after Quan decided to break away from Rich Gang to focus on his debut album and Thug threw major shade at the "Type of Way" rapper during a live performance.

"Yeah, he called me ‘B*tch Homie Quan,'" he said in response to his former collaborator. "I didn't announce it to create conflict. I don't know if it created conflict but it is what it is...When I said it people just blowed it out of proportion. I never said I wasn't gonna do the Rich Gang thing I said I was gonna focus on myself a little bit more. Rich Gang my family. Bird, that's my uncle. Everybody know that."

Earlier this month, Thug released his Slime Season 2 mixtape, which features Quan on a track titled “Never Made Love.”

Tha Tour: Pt. 1 included Internet favorites like "Milk Marie," "Tell Em (Lies)" and "Imma Ride." Thug and Quan also collaborated on the hit single "Lifestyle." Check back with us for more updates.