– GoodFellaz TV Staff
It looks like 2 of Hip-Hop’s “Next Up” are collaborating on a New Album instead of just a mixtape. That’s right, ROC Nation’s J. Cole & the West Coast rookie-of-the-year Kendrick Lamar have announced that they will be dropping a joint album, as music meant for their originally-intended mixtape was “too good”. On a recent interview with HardKnockTV, J. Cole had this to say in regards to their new project,
“I’m not settling for a mixtape because I feel we’re too talented for that and the music we’ve made so far is too good. Right now we’ve got 4 or 5 bangers. I don’t want to waste them. ‘HiiiPower’ is one of those and [Kendrick] is using that [on his mixtape] ‘Section.80.’ But I don’t want to do that with the others, I want to build. Even if it takes 9-10 months whatever, I feel like the final outcome of that project is something that hip hop needs.”
Stay tuned to GoodFellaz TV for exclusive music from the as-yet untitled project, and check out J. Cole performing LIVE at Montclair State University in NJ.