TDE's Punch Is All over The Map With J. Cole & Kendrick Lamar Album Update
Probably. Maybe. Never.
Top Dawg Entertainment's Terrence "Punch" Henderson took to Twitter on Saturday (19 August) to the address of the mysterious J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar joint project, but offered a bit of clarification on the album the state.
A fan asked for a refresh of an update on the project, but the TDE boss responded with a heavy dose of sarcasm before you deliver your answer to the question. "Probably never," Punch wrote.
He continued with, "I was just playing on that point, and cole joint. That comes to make sure that maybe. I don't know what could happen. Probably. In reality the hit," followed by three "joy" emojis.
— Punch of TDE (@iamstillpunch) on the 19th of August 2017
I was just playing on that point, and cole joint. That comes to make sure that maybe. I don't know what could happen. Probably. In reality the hit 😂😂😂
— Punch of TDE (@iamstillpunch) August 20, 2017
News of a collaborative album between Cole and Kendrick emerged in 2012 after the 4 Your Eyez Only MC confirmed that the two were working on something together.
At the end of last year, while promoting his TDE project to Do What You Want, Ab-Soul said told The Breakfast Club, "That I have. It has something in the works. That been working on that muthafucka for a long time."
Until now, the only music that points to the actual existence of their collaborative work came in the form of 2015 Black Friday remix. Consists of two tracks, the remixes found Cole spitting about Kendrick Pimp A Butterfly only "Good" and Kung Fu Kenny address 2014 Forest Hill Drive "tale of 2 Cities."
At the end of July, Kendrick also brought Cole during his show in Detroit, igniting a powerful reaction of his fans.
The moment Kendrick brings out J Cole in Detroit 🙌 pic.twitter.com/kjQZbMRZlc
— Ahmad El-Sayed (@a_elsayed28) July 27, 2017