Memphis legend Juicy J is finally giving fans what they’ve wanted since 2011. The hip-hop veteran has announced plans to reunite with longtime friend and Three 6 Mafia group member DJ Paul.

This weekend, Juicy revealed a much-needed Three 6 Mafia reunion tour will go down this fall.

Paul hopped on Instagram last September to co-sign Juicy talking about what it would take for new Three 6 Mafia tunes to come out.

Recently, Juicy J talked about the possibility of putting out a much-needed follow-up to Three 6 Mafia’s 2008 album Last 2 Walk.

“I mean, I love those guys when we started something, you know?” he said. “I would love to do something with those guys, man. We just need to sit down, you know, figure it out. But it’s all good, no bad blood, all love. I love all those guys.” (Beats 1 Radio)

Coincidentally, DJ Paul recently said Juicy had no interest in making new Three 6 anthems.

“Juicy don’t feel we shouldn’t be doing any more music, so I ain’t trippin’. I asked him a couple times and he said he don’t want to do it, so I’m done with it… Juicy don’t want to get into a studio to record an album.” (DJ Booth)