After parting ways due to "different visions" back in February 2011, Kid Cudi has announced that he'll be reuniting with old label partners-slash-producers Plain Pat and Emile on his upcoming solo album, 'Man on the Moon 3.'

OnSMASH sources also confirm that the trio are indeed down for a reunion.

Kid Cudi, Plain Pat and Emile go way back. Not only being credited as discovering the Cleveland talent, Pat and Emile produced heavily on 'Man on the Moon: The End of the Day' and its sequel, 'Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager' -- Cudi's most successful albums to date.

The trio also formed the record label, Dream On, in 2009 before dissolving it two years later.