It looks like the long awaited Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole collaboration album will be releasing at some point in the future, and K Dot reveals that the two will be dropping the project “out the sky” with no official release date.
For over a year now, rising stars Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole have been teasing the hip hop community with the idea of a collaboration album. J. Cole explained last year that he was busy wrapping up his studio debut album ‘Cole World: The Sideline Story, and this year was the same story from Kendrick Lamar’s end as he wrapped up his debut ‘good kid, m.A.A.d. City.‘
In a recent interview with the LA Leakers, K Dot revealed that the two are still working on the project though, and that there will be no release dates for the joint album.
“We gone drop that out the sky though. I ain’t gonna give no dates, no nothing. I’m just gonna let it fall,” Kendrick revealed about the project.
The two recently teamed up for a track called ‘The Jig Is Up‘ celebrating the success of Kendrick’s studio debut. Shortly after J. Cole announced that he would be releasing his sophomore album ‘Born Sinner’ on January 28th, so we would expect to see this sometime during the second half of 2013.