We haven’t even got a full week to sit with Future & Drake’s collab project before the Internet has been set ablaze with rumors of another collab album. This time the artists supposedly teaming up are J. Cole & Kendrick Lamar. The thirst for the album has now hit an all time high with alleged artwork circling the Internet right now. The title of the alleged project is “Reminiscing.” 

Cole and K. Dot have been teasing us for a while now about a project together and each time nothing comes out of it. Back in 2011-2012 is when all this started after photos of the two in the studio surfaced online. From there fans went into a frenzy with the thought of the two making music together. Shortly after, Kendrick was asked about the possibility and he responded that the album would drop out of nowhere before that was even the thing to do. “I ain’t gonna give no dates, no nothing. I’m just gonna let it fall,” he told the LA Leakers.

Next in 2013, Cole told MTV that the project was on its way and the duo had recorded “too many songs” and had “sh*t holding in the stash.” An alleged name of the project surfaced tilted Out The Sky but that was another dead end, as Kendrick confirmed there was no such thing during his To Pimp A Butterfly promo run. Kendrick says he would still like to do it and the two have spoken about doing an album together, but schedules have to match up.

So here we are in 2015, where pretty much anything is possible musically. To be honest if anyone would said we would receive a Drake & Future album in 2015 no one would have believed them. No one knows if the project is real, with neither camp confirming the alleged project. If you want to look at it from a positive point of view, neither has denied as well. If you want a few laughs check below as Twitter is in love with the possibility.

Remember it’s 2015, anything can happen musically.


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