10 Producers That Should Be On Kendrick Lamar & J. Cole's Joint Album
Well it wouldn't be a J. Cole project without some J. Cole production. Having produced most of his own instrumentals, J. Cole has proven himself as an elite beat-maker time and time again.
Let's remind you of that one time J. Cole produced for Kendrick...a little thing called "HiiiPoWeR."
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Kendrick also said in the Hot 97 interview that his favorite To Pimp A Butterfly track at the moment is "Wesley's Theory." If he's down, so are we, because that beat is absolutely mental. With George Clinton giving contributions and Thundercat and FlyLo delivering an otherworldly beat, it has to go down again.
Anderson Hernandez, better known as Vinylz, produced "A Tale of 2 Cities" and helped out with "Fire Squad" from J. Coles' most recent 2014 Forest Hills Drive. Hopefully Kendrick and Cole hop on something like this...
"Fuck Your Ethnicity," "Chapter Ten," and "Tammy's Song (Her Evils)" is quite the trio of production credits to have on Section.80. If he could craft something like that again, and have both Kendrick and Cole rhyme over it, we'd be in heaven.
You might remember "Looking For Trouble," which was a monster collaboration, and you might also remember the three Kanye beats Cole attacked on a mixtape. J. Cole did "Just To Get By," "Knock Knock," and "Last Call" on The Warm Up, and crushed 'em all.
"Alright" and "Good Kid" are two great Kendrick songs, partially thanks to the work of Pharrell. After all that Marvin Gaye legal trouble, we'd like to see P craft something original and funky to give critics the middle finger.
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With rumors of a joint record, here are 10 producers we hope lend beats.
On his interview with Hot 97 that uploaded to YouTube yesterday morning, Kendrick Lamar said there's "definitely, definitely" going to be a collaboration album with J. Cole. (You can find that tidbit around the 11:25 mark on the interview.)
The duo are undoubtably two of the biggest names in hip hop, what would it be like? Could they feed off eachother's energy? Would it be more like To Pimp A Butterfly or 2014 Forest Hills Drive? And if they continue on this rate, it would be a Watch The Throne level release.
Although it may not come out for a long time, it had us wondering, "What producers should be on this album?" A lot of names might come to mind, and it's hard to narrow it down. However, we picked 10 producers we hope to hear most on the record. Let us know who you would have selected!