We all know that fans have been religiously waiting for a collaboration between Kendrick Lamar and J Cole, but right now we’re not seeing any signs of that happening soon. However, there’s still some good news for Kendrick fans: An album with Travis Scott and Diddy, which might come out very soon.
According to The Source, the rapper Travis Scott hinted at a forthcoming collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, Diddy, and himself. He uploaded a video of them and it looks like they were making a song and the caption read: ?Soon?.
Kendrick Lamar has joined the popular producer/rapper Travis Scott and famed hip-hop mogul P. Diddy in the studio for a collaboration track. This news comes after Diddy, who apparently wants to be called “Puff Daddy” again, dropped his MMM mixtape. While the mixtape is dynamic, it is only the predecessor to his upcoming effort, No Way Out 2. The album has remained a closely guarded secret in terms of details, but will likely feature Travi$ Scott and other heavy-hitters with whom Diddy has partnered in the past, reports Music Times.
Earlier too the news of Kendrick?s collaboration with J Cole had made headlines. The duo was going to name the album reminiscing. The report further stated that the artwork that surfaced shows a younger looking Kendrick and Cole staring in opposite directions. There?s also two separate images of the rappers looking older, as they do today. So there was no truth to that news either. Also, it was said that the two had an extremely busy schedule which does not allow them to come together.
Though soon after that Kendrick announced his eight day tour in Australia, the tour will be his first tour and will take place in eight cities over eight nights. The dates and cities have yet to be announced.