Looks like J. Cole, Young Thug, and Travis Scott have penned a "new summer anthem."
We already know that J. Cole and Young Thug have been working together of late, with Cole handling executive production on Thugger's upcoming project. It stands to reason that Cole and Thug have likely experienced many studio sessions together, and it's no surprise to see them putting in work on wax. In fact, given Cole's own collaborative streak, a few verses on Thug's album seemed inevitable. Now, it would appear we'll be seeing one of said collaborations in the near future, if this poster from Rolling Loud is any indication.
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A few Twitter users shared pictures of a poster, which advertises a joint effort from Young Thug, J. Cole, Travis Scott, and "Middle Child" producer T-Minus. Billed as a "new summer anthem," release information remains firmly in "coming soon" territory, prompting speculation as to when this one might arrive. It wouldn't be surprising to see it before May's end, given the timing of the poster's circulation.
Check it out below, and sound off. Are you interested in hearing these three collaborate? The idea of Cole and Thugger is certainly interesting, and slapping Travis Scott on it might give it that extra dose of autotune melancholy. Let's wait and see how this one plays out. Of course, this whole flyer could simply be an elaborate ruse, though we could all stand to use a little optimism in our lives. After all, this is a reality in which a Drake, Young Nudy, and J. Cole collaboration appears to exist.