Though Eminem caught much attention following his guest verse on Big Sean’s I Decided. track “No Favors” when he sent shots at Donald Trump and Ann Coulter, he’s been relatively quiet on the music front.

The last time anyone heard a single from him was last year’s lyrical sledgehammer “Campaign Speech,” which Slim Shady did say was the precursor to an album.

An Instagram photo from Em’s manager Paul Rosenberg Tuesday night (April 4) led many to speculate that something is on the way.

Mysteriously captioned “It’s been a long time… #7elevenseries,” the pic has both individuals at a 7-Eleven convenience store. Fans have noticed some illegible writing on Slim Shady’s palm with many believing it reads April 9th. Obviously, many speculate that’s a project release date.

Or, it could mean nothing at all and that both were simply enjoying some cheap nachos and a Big Gulp.

In early March during a DX Live session, former Shady Records MC Stat Quo had this to say about the upcoming Eminem album.

“Denaun called me yesterday [when] him and Em were working on the album and he was telling me, and I haven’t really been in the room with [Eminem, since leaving Shady Records], that shit that happens is still what they say when they mention me,” exclaimed Stat. “So we gon’ work that out. When he comes out here [to LA], I’m pulling up [and] I’m going over there with him and Dre… and we gon’ figure that out.”