It looks like the "Country Cousins," Big K.R.I.T. and Yelawolf, are looking to drop a collaborative album, as the Shady Records rapper recently revealed that he's serious about the project.

"We've been talking about that sh*t forever it seems like. I just actually talked to K.R.I.T. the day before yesterday. We're both obviously down to do it, we're just always out grinding. I personally wanted to sit down in the studio and knock it out, but at this point, we might as well be doing an album. I definitely don't want to go and just throw anything out there; it would have to be the best that we could actually put together, and that doesn't happen often in a week. Sometimes it does...but it's hard to do it. Now, I'm growing more and more picky, too, about beats and songs."

Yelawolf also spoke about upcoming projects fans can expect from the Shady 2.0 team.

"I know Slaughterhouse is working on some shit. Last I heard, that project is wrapping up and coming out," he said. "Of course, my project Love Story [we're] recording this far as the unit, us putting out a project collectively, it's a definite a possibility. But I can't really say when, where. The Shady family, we're all working out here."