Philadelphia, PA – An encounter at JAY-Z’s Made In America Festival could result in a collaboration between two of the biggest names in Hip Hop.

According to a source for Page Six, Meek Mill and Tekashi 6ix9ine had the opportunity to meet for the first time while backstage at the festival. During their meeting, they swapped kudos and other pleasantries.

“6ix9ine went to Meek Mill’s dressing room, where both rappers met for the first time and expressed mutual respect for one another’s craft in the rap game,” the source revealed.

After the meeting, 6ix9ine allegedly expressed interest in working with Meek on a new song.

“6ix9ine left and told friends that he wants to work with Meek and make ‘a crazy, energetic song together,’” the source said.

@nickiminaj & I doing FEFE for the first time LIVE ?

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Ironically, one of Tekashi’s recent collaborations was with Meek’s ex, Nicki Minaj. Their record “Fefe,” which serves as a bonus track on Nicki’s Queen album, was released in July.

The two performed the song for the first time live at the aforementioned festival.

Other acts who performed at Made In America 2018 included Pusha T, Kendrick Lamar and Post Malone.