J. Cole spoke with MTV News on the friendly competition he and Kendrick Lamar face when working together, and states that their collab project is "coming".
While continuing his sit-down interview with MTV News, J.Cole spoke a little on his upcoming collaborative album with Kendrick Lamar. He talks about the project to be "coming", and the friendly competition the two artists face when working together.
During this interview with MTV News, J. Cole also spoke on the difficulty of getting a joint album fully together. He mentions the business side of things being very hard and expresses the length for a joint project to happen is extremely long. The North Carolina rapper says that their project is still "coming", whether its an EP or album, it's coming. He says K Dot and himself have too much material together not to putting something out. Cole also talks about the competition the two face when in the studio. He added "We love it, we not going to speak about it, but its pride".
Check out the quick interview below. [Via X]
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