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Kendrick Lamar And J. Cole Album Launch: President of Dreamville Revealed Anything?

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Even if it didn?t come out, the Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole album is building hype. Ibrahim Hamad, the president of Dreamville, revealed the J. Cole has some great plans for his upcoming project.

Ibrahim Hamad said that Cole has some big ideas. ?He had planned some projects for February. Those projects did not come out. But they are still existing. ?Cole is Cole and he knows what he?s doing. He has his ways of getting things done and I think that at the end of it all, it?ll be way worth it. Whatever he had planned in February, whatever it is, it?ll be way more worth it if people just like?know that he, he?s kinda like a mad scientist with his thing. He?s like a little mad scientist,? Hamad said, according to UPROXX. Kendrick Lamar and J Cole album was supposed to come out in February.

In 2016, both Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole are taking up too many musical concerts. Kendrick Lamar gave a wonderful stage performance at FYF Fest last Saturday. J. Cole already agreed to perform at the ?21-night Washington State Fair concert series which will begin on September 2.

Kendrick Lamar is showing his support to other young rappers by making guest appearances on their albums. He will be seen in ScHoolboy Q?s upcoming album.

Though Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole are not speaking about the joint album, Top Dawg Entertainment(TDE) ?is teasing the album launch. Anthony ?Top Dawg? Tiffith had mentioned ?09.02.16? on his Twitter post. So, fans are believing that there is a link between Anthony?s tweet and Kendrick-Cole album?s release date.

Earlier, TDE President Dave Free had revealed that Kendrick and J. Cole will take more time to finish the album.

?Of course they?re two of the biggest rappers out, but they still have to keep grinding. There?s so much work that they have to continue to do. A joint album does sound great, but people need to understand, these are two geniuses. These are two creative guys. It takes a long time for one of them to get in a space to create a song, so to get two of them in a space to do that, it takes a lot of time and energy. It all has to be a singular project, but it just can?t happen overnight,? Dave Free said.

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Also read: Kendrick Lamar and ?Drake collab, Kendrick Lamar?s other collabs

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