Kendrick Lamar's Sister Inadvertently Releases Collab Drop Date


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A collaboration album between rap superstars Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole has been rumored for months. In the olden days of hip-hop, controversial feuds were as big a story as the artists' influential songs themselves. Nowadays, collaborations between today's top artists are commonplace, but that doesn't mean they aren't as highly anticipated, and none could possibly be more exciting than the rumored upcoming joint project between the genre's two purest wordsmiths, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. Kendrick Lamar & J. Cole collab But they didn't announce it themselves. It was Kendrick's younger sister, Kayla, who dropped the bombshell through various outlets on social media, though it has since been deleted. J. Cole had previously mentioned a February drop when he purposely let it slip on his remix of Kendrick's song “Alright," which was released in honor of Black Friday. But now we have the actual drop date confirmed, presumably, as February 16. Who better to keep a secret than family?   Words by Brian Bui


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