In a new interview with The Breakfast Club, Ab-Soul reveals that J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar have been working on a joint album for a while now.

"There is [an album]," Soulo tells DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. "They got it. They got something in the works. They been working on that motherfucker for awhile."

If you remember, K. Dot and Cole teased fans with their Black Friday releases in November 2015. Hip-hop fans who had lost all hope in a full-length album should feel relief, because it appears that the project does, indeed, exist. A confirmation from K. Dot's labelmate Ab-Soul is as good as gold.

After the Breakfast Club interview, The Fader followed up with the Black Lip Pastor about the K. Dot x Cole collab. This time, Soulo's response was a little more vague. "It's a myth" *joker smile*," Ab-Soul wrote via e-mail.

In other Ab-Soul news, the Black Hippy artist just dropped his new album Do What Thou Wilt. On the opening track, “Raw (Backwards),” Soulo takes aim at Jay Electronica, spitting, "I was like a swami of Jay Electronica until he/Figured Dizzle wouldn’t admit that he would body him for a milli/I told Kenny keep quiet, I’ma get him/We don’t need dirt on your hands getting the key to the city ya feel me/Hurts when your OG, who is supposed to be a G-O-D/Is standing next to King Kunta feeling like Toby/Moos what I gotta do boy? I’m just waiting on your cue to take him to school boy!”

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