If you don’t think J. Cole, Big K.R.I.T. and Kendrick Lamar are prepared to annihilate anything and everything standing between them and hip-hop legendhood, then you haven’t been paying attention. Those slow on the uptake, however, need only take a listen to DJ Khaled‘s latest street single in order to know with one-hundred percent certainly that They Ready to conquer the game. Featuring the aforementioned young guns rhyming over Cole’s own soul-sampled production, this scorching collabo can be found (along with recently-featured single Hip-Hop and much more) on Kiss the Ring, which drops this Tuesday courtesy of YMCMB. Keep it locked to the Booth for the latest on Cole’s forthcoming sophomore effort (currently untitled/unscheduled), K.R.I.T.‘s post-album mixtape (ditto), and Lamar’s highly anticipated Interscope/Aftermath debut (good kid, m.A.A.d city, coming October 2).
Written by richard on 08/19/12
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