On Thursday (Dec. 14), Kanye West and Ty Dolla Sign held another Vultures listening party in Las Vegas. While the event reportedly experienced a difficulty or two — namely, police temporarily shutting it down — fans were able to hear more than a few songs from the project, complete with featured appearances from the likes of YG, Lil Durk, Rich The Kid, Future and North West.

One of the biggest takeaways from the night was a track that’s said to be titled “Gun To My Head,” which saw Ye reuniting with former signee Kid Cudi on wax. In addition, the two were spotted hugging it out and enjoying the music in fan-recorded footage, seemingly confirming that their unfortunate beef is now effectively water under the bridge.

As REVOLT previously reported, Cudi confirmed that he and his former boss weren’t on good terms. “So I know some of you heard about the song I got with [Pusha T],” the Cleveland star tweeted, referencing his contribution to the It’s Almost Dry standout “Rock N Roll.” “I did this song a year ago when I was still cool with Kanye. I am not cool with that man. He’s not my friend, and I only cleared the song for Pusha ’cause thats my guy. This is the last song you will hear me on with Kanye.”

“It f**king sucks. You know, Cudi is my f**king brother to the end. Just navigating these relationships, this brotherhood, the arguing… it gets public,” Pusha told Vulture about the aforementioned conflict. “It’s one thing for us to argue. We all argue — that’s not a problem. It gets out there, whether it’s Ye bickering first, or Cudi coming back with what he says. It’s super f**ked up.” Notably, 2022 saw Pusha and Ye’s own relationship break down, with the former ending his G.O.O.D. Music affiliation.