Just last month Music Times reported that Lil Wayne and Mannie Fresh were in the studio together and the former Cash Money producer has finally confirmed that he is in fact working on Wayne's upcoming Carter V album.
Mannie recently stopped by NPR and let the cat out of the bag.
XXL reports that NPR's Microphone Check took to Twitter to get the word out to those who may not have heard the interview.
As previously reported, it has been nearly a decade since Mannie Fresh severed ties with the Cash Money camp. He has not worked with Wayne since the two went their separate ways.
Mannie Fresh was a key element in establishing Lil Wayne's musical career producing on Wayne's albums including Tha Block Is Hot, Lights Out, 500 Degreez and Tha Carter.
He also served as one half of the Big Tymers alongside Birdman. The duo had several hits including "Still Fly," "Get Your Roll On" and "#1 Stunna."
Many fans of Lil Wayne believe his music has changed drastically since cutting ties with Mannie. His forthcoming album may be his last chance to redeem himself with fans before he retires.
It has been reported that Tha Carter V will be Lil Wayne's last solo album.
The album is also slated to feature production by Soulja Boy.
Lil Wayne has reportedly summoned Juelz Santana to get into the studio. It is unclear which album their collaboration will be featured on.