In early 2012, Mac Miller and Pharrell announced that they had a collaborative project entitled Pink Slime in the works; the joint project was originally slated to drop later that year, but it never came to fruition as a result of Mac and P’s conflicting schedules. Now, nearly two years later, Mac Miller reveals that Pink Slime is still a go, and to expect it to drop next year.

During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Mac Miller announces that his collaborative project with Pharrell is back on and that it will drop sometime in 2014.

Mac tells Rolling Stone that Pink Slime is still a go, while he explains what they have to do to wrap it up:

“We actually just talked a couple days ago. I’m going to go see him [in Miami] and we’re going to finish it and put it out. Because the shit’s ill and people want it. We both had pretty wild years. We gotta do it!”

He continued:

“All we gotta do it sit down for a few days [in Pharrell's Miami studio] and knock out songs.”

Mac added:

“It’s refreshing. [In L.A.] I’m in this dungeon, my little cave that’s this weird-ass looking place that I just live in. And then to go to Miami, it’s just so nice to see natural light and a pool and happy things. It’s good.”

While you wait on Mac Miller and Skateboard P’s Pink Slime EP, you can look-out for Mac’s forthcoming live album, Live From Space, which features 9 live records plus 5 unreleased tracks. Live From Space is set to drop on December 17th.