J. Cole dishes on album with Kendrick Lamar
J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar are some of the biggest up and coming artists within the rap industry. In the past, rumors circulated that the two young artists would be collaborating on an album, and Cole recently told HOT 93.7 the plan is still on.
Cole, who dropped his first album "Cole's World: The Sideline Story," back in 2012 and Lamar, who had success with his debut CD "good kid m.A.A.d. city," in the same year, are sure to come up with fresh beats fans will eat up. During the interview with the Connecticut radio station DJs, Cole admitted he and Lamar had been in the studio a few times, and that it feels like family when they get together.
"There's not a lot of fronting involved with either of us. I feel like that's the new wave," Cole told Jenny Boom Boom, regarding their friendly, beef-free relationship.
Cole may not be letting on about the joint album as much as he could be. Back in November 2012, Lamar told the LA Leakers when he and Cole drop their CD, it's going to just happen, with no release date or press leading up to it.
"We [gonna] drop that out the sky," Kendrick told the news source. "I ain't gonna give no dates, no nothing. I'm just gonna let it fall."
Would you be interested in hearing Cole and Kendrick's album? Do you think the joint CD is really going to happen?