EXCLUSIVE: J. Cole & Kendrick Lamar Have Been Working on Joint Album "For A While."

December 10, 2016
Fans have been patiently waiting for a new Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole joint album for a really long time. In reality fellow rapper Drake was also part of the talk that fans put together in efforts for a three-way album, however, it doesn't look like this will happen at all.
However, judging from a recent update, fans may be getting the former far before they get the latter. By former I mean a highly anticipated joint album between both J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar.
It was exclusively revealed by Ab-Soul that Cole and Lamar have been working on a collab album for the longest now. Soul, who is on a press run in efforts to promote his new album DWTW, spoke about the collab album during an interview with The Breakfast Club.
When being probed by one of the most infamous hosts currently in the world, Charlamagne the God about the album, Soul responded with a "I can't speak on that. I wish I could."
"These guys, they move like the mob," he explained. "You never know with these guys... I don't know too much about it. I just hope the use my verse."
Charlemagne pressed him: "But there is a Kendrick-Cole album?"
"They got it," Ab-Soul said. "They got something in the works. They've been working on that motherfucker for a while."

Last year, we released a few tracks via Cole and Lamar teaming up for a coordinated release of freestyles over one of the other artist's tracks.
The sequences received raving reviews from many fans and fans even asked about or questioned when a joint album between the two would be coming out. This question could possibly be answered anytime next year. We will dig into our sources and see if we can pull out a release date and or more joint tracks for you guys.
What do you think? Are you ready for the album? Let MusicCreedLive know by commenting below.
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