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blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and nothing,nowhere are apparently in the studio again to work on some new stuff.

Back in February, Billboard revealed that Barker has recorded three songs with the rapper.

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He said they were in the studio and working on something that was hard to categorize.

“He’s not quite SoundCloud rap but not a straight up band,” Barker said. “He’s pushing the envelope.”

Now, nothing,nowhere has shared a sneak peak at another studio session he’s just had with Barker.

In the tweet, he tagged the drummer and put two smiling devil emojis, so the two are definitely up to something.

Needless to say, we can’t wait to see what they’ve been working on.

Other news

Nothing,nowhere recently surprised fans with an emotional ballad titled “Call Back,” but now he’s serving something directly for the emo die-hards out there.

The rapper has released a stellar remix of Fall Out Boy‘s “Church” to fill his fans’ blackened hearts.

The remix was teased by the rapper’s label, DCD2 Records, before he dropped the remix on Friday.

The new take on the song is still deeply rooted in Fall Out Boy’s original but of course has nothing,nowhere.’s signature sound. The collab is an obvious choice given nothing,nowhere.’s signing to Pete Wentz‘s label and opening parts of Fall Out Boy’s MANIA tour.

You can listen to the remix below.

The rapper’s latest song, “Call Back,” describes the thoughts that come after a breakup. It follows the official release of “Ornament,” which was originally released in 2017. You can listen to that song below.

Also, nothing,nowhere. paired up with Vans earlier this year in an effort to support art education. He announced via Instagram that the collaboration will bring awareness to Vans’ art program contest, Vans Custom Culture.

“i’ve teamed up with @vans to support art education,” nothing,nowhere. says in the post. “i designed these shoes to let everyone know about their high school art program #vanscustomculture. one US high school will take home $75k for their art program.”

According to the Vans website, Vans Custom Culture “was created to inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets.”

Are you excited to hear what nothing,nowhere and Travis Barker are working on? Sound off in the comments below!

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