Fans have eagerly been waiting for Drake's Certified Lover Boy record to drop, and we've confirmed his projected August 6 release is still a go -- despite Kanye's plans to drop his already-delayed Donda album that day.
Meaning, as long as Ye follows through, the real-life archenemies will be fighting once again.
The Grammy winners' beef goes way back, following rumors that Drake used to hook up with Kim Kardashian.
While Kanye's now soon-to-be ex-wife denied the rumors, it didn't help when Champagne Papi released his 2018 hit, In My Feelings.
Many fans speculated the "KiKi" the rapper referred to in the song was Kim.
Nick Cannon added fuel to the fire when he seemingly confirmed the Kim/Drake hookup rumors.
"There is something real personal Drake holds over that whole family. Like, y’all don’t want me to let this out," Nick warned at the time.
Kanye fired back, unleashing a social media tirade on Drake and Cannon.
“There would never be a drake without a Kanye," he alleged on Twitter.
Ye then turned the focus to Cannon, warning him, "Don’t be making no suggestions like nobody f—ked my wife.”
Months after Kim filed for divorce from Kanye, she appeared to realign herself with Drake.
Kanye needs a Hail Mary because fans are already pissed that his album did not come out last week as promised.
As Radar reported, the 44-year-old rapper has "moved into" Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where he is determined to stay until Donda's completion.
Kanye left his life of luxury to sleep in a tiny room that looks like a prison cell.
Packing up one outfit, Kim's ex ditched his $14 million Wyoming ranch to get creative in the arena where he hosted his listening party at.
Kanye created living quarters for himself and his team, studio space to finish up work, and hired a chef to cook all of his meals.
Donda is the rapper's 10th studio album and named after his late mother.
With Donda and Certified Lover Boy are slated to come out on the exact same day, there can only be one King. Who will come out on top -- Drake or Kanye?