After Hip-Hop powerhouses Jay-Z and Kanye West released their joint album Watch the Throne, there's a new duo working on their joint album.
The new faces of rap, J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar, have been working on a joint album for quite some time now. However, due to their busy schedules and Kendrick Lamar releasing his first solo album, the joint project has been delayed for quite some time and has yet to be given a release date.
Lamar spoke on the joint album and gave an update by saying that he and Cole were in the studio recently. He stated, "We was in the studio two days ago when I was in New York, just vibing out.. So we constantly making music, and just the fact that he's aware that my album is coming out and he's aware that I'm focused on that. That's the energy I'm exerting right now, it's my debut. So once that's off the ground, you'll definitely see that."
Both rappers have been getting plenty of production as well, as DJ Clue tweeted about dropping off some beats to J. Cole when he was in New York. While the joint album has no release date, it's almost given that it won't be out until after Kendrick Lamar's solo release.
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