London posted a photo of the two working on a project together captioned, "B4 you ever lead or teach you must first be a student."
For the past year, ever since being hit with divorce papers, Dre has been seen more and more at the recording studio. For many years, the music mogul didn't release any new material.
He was viewed as a perfectionist and had the world waiting around for his third LP Detox for over a decade.
The project was never released and he decided to release 2015's Compton which came around the time he worked on the film Straight Outta Compton.
It appears Dre is ready to start working at a quicker pace. His decision comes as he has had to cough up millions to Nicole to pay for her legal bills.
As Radar first reported, Dre and Nicole are nowhere near settling the case. He recently filed documents in which he said he was ready to attend mediation because he was over-spending his money on lawyers.
"Before millions more in fees are spent, the parties should make a concerted and good faith effort to settle the case,” his lawyers wrote. "The parties should be spending their resources on settlement, and not spending millions more on litigation.”
“My goal and desire is still to settle. I want to move on with my life, put this divorce behind me and put an end to the enormous costs of this action. We have previously engaged in mediations. I am asking the Court to schedule forthwith another mediation session,” he wrote.
As we first reported, Dre's finances are still looking pretty despite the divorce putting a small dent in his estate. Financial records submitted to the court reveal he pulls in $228k a month in personal income which breaks down as $84k in dividends/interest and another $120k from "other."