Wiz Khalifa and Anderson .Paak have promised fans that they’ve recorded a “banger” and it’s on the way very soon.

The pair connected in a studio session on Wednesday (March 1), which Wiz happily shared a picture of on Twitter.

“Got out of bed at idk am and hit the studio wit Anderson Paak,” he wrote with a drum emoji. “We gotta banger on the way.”

Check out the pic below:

Anderson .Paak has been grinding hard as of late, hitting the studio with the likes of Cordae, Maxo Kream and Hit-Boy – who actually said he has so much music with the Silk Sonic singer that they could release a whole album if they wanted to.

Hit-Boy took to Twitter with the update earlier this year, adding that the songs are already uploaded in his computer.

“me and paak got enough joints in my computer for a album already,” Hit-Boy wrote in response to a fan who pleaded with the producer to work with the Silk Sonic polymath.

However, it’s not clear when the material was recorded or for what projects it was originally supposed to land on.

.Paak’s collab with Cordae, “Two Tens,” is produced by J. Cole – and it’s rumored to be a preview of an entire project from the three of them.

“You know what’s funny? We literally got a mixtape full of joints with me and .Paak,” Cordae told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe in January. “Yeah, we literally got a mixtape full of joints of me and .Paak on. Well, we got an EP full of joints with me, .Paak and Cole Beats.

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“[.Paak] is really like my real friend, like my brother. Everybody be, other artists be like, ‘Oh, that’s my brother,’ or, ‘Oh, that’s my man.’ And saying that shit just to sound cool.”

He continued: “I don’t really have too many friends, to be honest. He’s one of my real life, genuine friends. You know what I’m saying? And so I say that to say, that’s where it comes from, bro. Just because we just be kicking it, and we just be recording. Kicking it and recording.

“It won’t be like, ‘Yo, let’s just put this out next week.’ It’ll be like, ‘Yo, this song is a couple years old.’ You know what I’m saying? So I just always, I’m like man, I’m going to just hold on to this. And when the time, it feels right, it feels right. You know?”

Wiz Khalifa has also been cranking out music, having released four full-length projects in 2022 alone. Most recently, he teamed up with longtime collaborator Snoop Dogg for the lonely stoner anthem, “Don’t Text Don’t Call.”