Will Kendrick Lamar and J Cole ever release their collab album?

Kendrick Lamar and J Cole might be releasing a joint album soon, according to the rap duo who hijacked Cole’s Twitter account.

Rumours of an album between the two rappers has been reported since 2010 and throughout the subsequent years. Back in May, Cole quashed fan’s dreams of a collaborative project with Pulitzer Prize winning rapper Lamar, but also admitted that they have definitely been in the studio together. “We just did a few songs. Like, we did a bunch of ideas,” he said. “Put it like that. It was nothing like, you wouldn’t call it an album". “It’s not like it’s something that’s actively happening.” He continued:“Not because it’s never gonna happen. Just because, like… it’s not right now, and I don’t like teasing or playing the game ’cause this has been going on for a minute”. J Cole’s inaugural Dreamville Festival had to be cancelled this week as Hurricane Florence moved towards North Carolina. It was due to take place on September 15 at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh. Cole released his fifth album ‘KOD’ in April this year. In a four-star review, NME wrote: “‘KOD’ tackles drugs, demons and addiction for the majority of its 12 tracks, with Cole seemingly keen to caution his fans, rap peers and society at large about this delicate and pertinent set of topics.” NME‘s Sam Moore added that it “reiterates his importance to the rap game in 2018”.