During this year’s Dreamville collaborative writing sessions, numerous songs were recorded—or at least conceptualized—in preparation for the label’s Grammy-nominated album, Revenge of the Dreamers III. Not all songs made the final cut, however, with some unreleased snippets appearing in the Dreamville documentary, such as a J.I.D. track.

On Tuesday (Nov. 26), Ibrahim H., the Dreamville Records co-founder and J. Cole’s manager, tweeted that some of these unreleased songs will appear on a forthcoming Revenge of the Dreamers III Deluxe Edition.

“That Revenge Deluxe still coming too,” he tweeted. “Don’t think we forgot.”

Revenge of the Dreamers III arrived this July and marked the debut studio album for Dreamville, following the label’s compilation tape, Revenge of the Dreamers II from 2015, which featured Cole, Bas, Ari Lennox, Cozz, Lute, Omen and more.

“We’re like a subscription service now. We’re like Netflix. We really got something coming every month,” Bas described of the label’s work ethic in a Billboard interview last month. “I think it’s like individual goals and team-wide goals. I think this is the first year we’re really like rounding in the form, really since [Revenge of the] Dreamers. I think that also comes along with all the attention that that album garnered for Dreamville and for artists individually. It’s more ears so you might as well feed them.”

Aside from an upcoming Revenge of the Dreamers III deluxe edition, Dreamville’s head honcho is also currently gearing up to release his next album, The Fall Off, in the new year. Cole previously teased his upcoming project during his headlining performance at the Day N Vegas festival.

Revenge of the Dreamers III is currently nominated for the Best Rap Album Grammy Award against Meek Mill’s Championships, 21 Savage’s I Am > I Was, Tyler, the Creator’s IGOR and YBN Cordae’s The Lost Boy.