We're still months away from when Coachella typically announces its star-studded lineup, but it's possible the iconic music festival's 2019 roster will include three very distinct male artists for its forthcoming headlining slots.

According to music industry publication HITS Daily Double's "informed sources," the 2019 Coachella headliners will reportedly include Childish Gambino, Justin Timberlake and Kanye West, who will play Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively.

While unconfirmed, the rumor makes sense: All three artists have released music this year, with Gambino having dropping his latest EP, Summer Pack in July; Timberlake having released his Man of the Woods album in February; and West's new project, Yandhi, scheduled for a November 23 release.

The album was originally supposed to drop during the rapper's controversial Saturday Night Live appearance on September 29, but has since been pushed back.

The 2018 Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival saw Beyonce, The Weeknd and Eminem headline.

2018 Coachella Performers: Weekend 1