Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem might be trying to recapture their magic from 2001.

Slim Shady uploaded a picture of the trio of rap royalty on Monday (August 15) in front of a mixing board at a home studio. (Among the three of them, any of them could be the owner.) Just a few bros..hangin’ around, Eminem stated in the description.

Of course, many of his 22.7 million followers were excited by the tweet, and some demanded the almost legendary Detox album or Relapse 2. Others want a response from Slim Shady to The Game’s most recent diss song, “The Black Slim Shady.” Eminem ignored their requests for further information on what they are specifically working on.

Naturally, the trio collaborated on Dr. Dre’s 1999 album 2001, which served as a follow-up to The Chronic. Snoop provided verses for “Bitch N-ggaz,” “Fuck You,” “Still D.R.E.,” and “The Next Episode,” while Eminem contributed to “What’s The Difference” and “Forgot About Dre.”

The release of Dr. Dre’s next solo album is overdue. There hasn’t been much information on when fans may anticipate his own album, despite the fact that he released a collection of previously unreleased music for the Grand Theft Auto video game series in February. That doesn’t mean he hasn’t been working diligently in the studio, though.

Online images of Dr. Dre with various superstars, including Grandmaster Flash, Ron Isley of Earth, Wind & Fire, London On Da Track, and Donda 2 co-writer Fat Money, have been posted for months.

But there have already been admirers here. When Snoop Dogg attended the premiere of his most recent movie, Day Shift, on August 11, he confirmed to ET that he and Dre were actually writing new songs.

He said, “We’re cooking up a little something.” I don’t want to get into too much detail, but we are reuniting. We haven’t worked on a record in 30 years, but we’re still doing and working on things.

The caption of a photo of Snoop and Dre in the studio that he posted in April said, “The Chronic is bac home.” On the white board behind them, a tracklist for Detox was spotted by a sharp-eyed Twitter user.

The long-awaited album’s concept has changed numerous times over the years, with countless stops and starts teased by collaborators who have written for the record, given verses, and more.

Snoop Dogg and Eminem recently collaborated on the song “From the D to the LBC” for Shady’s most recent album, Curtain Call 2.