Rich The Kid Teases J. Cole Collaboration for New Album
After dropping his new track, "Splashin," last week, Rich The Kid has returned to toy with his fans. In a series of tweets posted Thursday (Dec. 13), the 26-year-old rapper teased a potential collaboration with J. Cole for his upcoming album, The World Is Yours 2.
Rich posed the question on Twitter of who he should have featured on his forthcoming LP. "New album on the way who should I have featured?!" he tweeted. After, a fan suggests Travis Scott, to which Rich replies, "that would be sick." Another fan weighs in and offers that he should work with J. Cole and Drake. Surprisingly, Rich confirms that the Dreamville artist has a verse on the way.
"I'm waiting on COLE to send the verse back," Rich replied back to the fan. The rapper has since-deleted the tweet.
This wouldn't be the Atlanta native's first time sharing exciting news through Twitter. Last month, the "New Freezer" rhymer announced the release date for his album through the social networking site. "THE WORLD IS YOURS 2 DROPS JANUARY 18TH!!!," he tweeted. The World Is Yours 2, which Rich called "the album of the century," serves as the follow-up to Rich's debut album, The World Is Yours.
As he heads into 2019, Rich The Kid will also be welcoming another child. The rapper is expecting a baby with girlfriend Tori Brixx. Rich shared the news in a photo on Instagram, which shows Tori getting an ultrasound.
Check out Rich The Kid's tweets confirming his album's features below.
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