It seems very likely that Mike will have some more beats on Kendrick's upcoming LP.
With the release of his debut album Ransom 2 and his new collaboration with Kendrick Lamar "Humble," Mike WiLL Made-It has had a pretty big month. From the sounds of it, that hot streak won't be ending anytime soon, as the Atlanta producer hinted at some more work with Kendrick during his appearance on The Breakfast Club.
Recorded prior to the release or announcement of "Humble," Complex has pointed out that Mike's interview included a cryptic answer that seems a lot more clear after hearing the K-Dot record. "I got something coming this week, and I got two more on that project," he said after being asked if he had any "conscious" music in the works. Seeing that "Humble" dropped shortly thereafter, it's reasonable to assume Mike is referring to Lamar's album.
Kendrick's upcoming LP is still technically without a release date, but the rapper's assertion that "Y'all got til April 7th to get y'all shit together" on "The Heart Part 4" has led fans to believe the album will arrive next week. Kendrick and Mike WiLL have previously collaborated on Mike's 2014 single "Buy The World," as well as "Perfect Pint," a collaboration with Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane off Ransom 2.
Mike WiLL also spoke of his upcoming project with Trouble, which he previously revealed would feature a guest appearance from Drake. "Trouble's been going hard for so long, but when me and him drop this project," he said. "I feel like this project is just gonna explode. And then Drake ended up hopping on it and everything."
The interview is sprinkled with interesting facts about Mike's quickly expanding catalog of hits, including one about Rae Sremmurd's strip club record "Throw Sum Mo." "'Throw Sum Mo' was out 2 years before it even took off," he revealed. "The girls at Magic City, they been knowing 'Throw Sum Mo' before Nicki was on it, before Thug was on it, everything."
Watch the full interview above. Watch the video for "Humble" below.