Kanye West teased a collab album with Drake at OVO Fest 2016 in Toronto.

has teased the possibility of collaborating on an album with .

The hip-hop superstars appeared together during a performance at Fest in Drake’s native Toronto on Monday, August 1st.

At one point during the show, West asked the crowd if they were “ready for this album” before pointing toward Drake as he entered the stage.

“Toronto, I got one question for you,” West said as he stood center stage and the crowd chanted his name.

“Is y’all ready for this album?,” he added, cutting off the DJ and explaining himself.

“Now, I’m not talking about Pablo. I wasn’t talking about Views. I wanna ask y’all right now, y’all ready for THIS album?” He then pointed to Drake, who came out on stage for a moment before Yeezus took the spotlight to perform “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1.”

 Drake then joins the “Famous” rapper and makes sure the crowd understands that a collaborative project is in the works.

“What my brother was asking before was, are you ready if we make an album?” Drake says.

“That’s what he was asking.”

After the release of The Life of Pablo, Yeezy took to Twitter to thank Drake and Future for their contributions to the album and promised more music with them.

West and Jay-Z appeared on the first version of “Pop Style,” a single from VIEWS, but the album cut replaces The Throne with another Drake verse.

Both Drake and West have mentioned the possibility of working with one another previously.

The rappers also appeared together during a concert in West’s hometown of Chicago last week.

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