Despite giving fans more life with a new album earlier this year, more chunes from Drake continue to be in high demand.

Case in point: last night (July 17), Drake’s shared a photo on Instagram that closely resembles a very familiar album cover.

Pensive, moody, and very Take Care-y, the black and gold toned photo features the 6 God striking a eerily similar stance as the cover to his 2011 opus, Take Care. Sporting all black with gold accents highlighted around him (sans a goblet), the remixed photo struck enough of a clear resemblance to drive fans into believing that a sequel to the album is on the way.

For what it’s worth, Take Care, which boasted features from Stevie Wonder, Nicki Minaj and The Weeknd, along with timeless anthems like “Marvin’s Room” and “Crew Love,” is widely considered Drake’s best album. It’s a release that finds the rapper at his most vulnerable, pensive, and despondent — hence the album cover.

All of that said, the IG posts quickly stirred a trend online, sparking rumors that a Take Care sequel is in the works. Here’s what happened…