Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana reunite! In the past couple days mixtape Weezy has been in a generous mood.

Just one day after he unleashed “Big Bad Wolf,” Wayne dropped off another track from his upcoming mixtape Dedication 6: Reloaded with DJ Drama.

The track is titled “Bloody Mary,” reuniting Wayne with his Blood Brother and frequent collaborator Juelz Santana. The Dipset rapper starts things off with a impressive verse, although his vocals sound like they need to be mixed but it’s still vintage Santana. His verse is over a fast-paced version of 2Pac’s classic “Hail Mary” beat.

“I’m like Steph at the freethrow / That piece blow, I never miss / Taught your girl how to whip the girl, now she a lesbian,” Juelz raps. “You can level up, still won’t be on my level then/ It’s level 10.”

Dedication 6: Reloaded will also include the previously released “Family Feud” freestyle with Drake. Wayne shared the project’s cover art on social media a few weeks ago; however, he has yet to announce an official release date.

Listen to “Blood Mary” below.

The record arrives shortly after Juelz teased the release of his and Wayne’s long-awaited album, ‘I Can’t Feel My Face.’ Though the project was announced about a decade ago, it has never seen the light of day. Juelz addressed the long delay in a past interview with VladTV, explaining politics played a huge role in the matter.

“The industry is a very political business,” Juelz said. “You know, when you’re dealing with politics, a lot goes on. If you look, T-Pain and Lil Wayne’s album didn’t come out. T-Wayne. So, it was nothing between me and Wayne. Wayne is my brother, shoutout to Weezy.”