50 Cent Rick Ross mixtapes
Rival rappers 50 Cent and Rick Ross (not pictured) will release their mixtapes on the same day. Pictured: 50 Cent at the Paley Center For Media's Hollywood Tribute to African American Achievements in Television, Oct. 26, 2015 in Beverly Hills. Getty Images

Rival rappers 50 Cent and Rick Ross seem to have put their feud behind them. Earlier this week, the artists took to their Instagram accounts to reveal that they will each be dropping their mixtapes on Thanksgiving.

According to XXL, 50 Cent's mixtape "The Kanan" will include eight tracks, including the recently released "Body Bags."

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, also revealed that the mixtape is named after his character on Starz's "Power." "The Kanan" will be the first project from 50 Cent since 2014's "Animal Ambition." The “Window Shopper” rapper is also expected to release "Street King Immortal" next year.

Meanwhile, Ross is gearing up for the release of his much-buzzed about "Renzel Remixes." The mixtape will include some of Ross' remixes to songs like Drake's "Jumpman," Adele's "Hello," 2Pac's "Starin Thru My Rearview" and Post Malone's "White Iverson."

In an interview with The Fader, Ross explained that the mixtape is a treat for his fans and he hoped it would put a "smile on their face."

"These records are strictly for rap lovers," he said.

Ross' "Renzel Remixes" drops one week before the rapper's forthcoming album "Black Market," featuring John Legend, CeeLo Green, Nas, Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige, Future and DJ Premier.

As previously reported, Ross and 50 Cent had a war of words earlier this month after the latter posted a photo of Ross' chest on a cheap T-shirt. 50 Cent eventually deleted the post, but the "2 Shots" rapper responded by making fun of the rapper-actor filing for bankruptcy protection.

The feud continued on for a few days and died down until Ross commented on the beef Wednesday in an interview with the Associated Press.

"There's a lot of talking and tweeting in this industry, but who really getting money? Don't ever get it twisted," Ross said. "It's a lot of distractions that's meant to distract you from staying focused. In the majority of the time, the distractions aren't even worth it... My homies are giving promotions, we're empowering people. We are not firing and tearing down. We're not chasing behind actresses. We don't get our booties licked. We live by principles. It's a certain code of ethics.