Well, it looks like a rap/legal feud between Future and Drake has been averted. According to Atlanta's Hot 107.9, the superstar rappers have come to an agreement and will hit the road together on their North American trek, Would like a Tour?

As we previously reported, Future was initially kicked off the trek after the Atlanta hitmaker made some critical remarks about Drizzy's album 'Nothing Was the Same' in a Billboard interview. On top of that, the 'Neva End' rhymer didn't want to take a pay cut on the tour.

Future was set to sue the Young Money superstar for $1.5 million in lost wages.

However, according to radio personality Beestroh, a source revealed to him that both rappers resolved their differences and Future is officially back on the tour.

Apparently, Future and Drake signed new contracts on Tuesday (Oct. 15) and everything is a go.

This is good news to fans and promoters, and it comes just in time.

Drake's Would You Like a Tour? starts this Friday (Oct. 18) in Pittsburgh, Pa. The jaunt, which also features Miguel, will hit major cities like Philadelphia, Brooklyn, N.Y., Boston, Miami, Atlanta, New Orleans, Houston and Las Vegas before wrapping it up in Los Angeles on Nov. 25.

To check out the tour's U.S. itinerary, click here.