Kendrick Lamar recently chopped it up with MuchMusic to promote his upcoming album good kid, m.A.A.d city, releasing October 22nd. During the interview, K. Dot spoke on his supposed album with J. Cole, stating that they hit the studio as recently as two days ago and will focus on the project the moment they have gaps in their schedules.
"We was in the studio two days ago when I was in New York, just vibing out," he said. "So we constantly making music, and just the fact that he’s aware that my album is coming out and he’s aware that I’m focused on that. That’s the energy I’m exerting right now, it’s my debut. So once that’s off the ground, you’ll definitely see that."
Kendrick also spoke on his relationship with Lady Gaga, explaining how they met. While they have a collaboration in the can titled "PARTYNAUSEOUS," he says that the duo knocked out more than one duet.
We got something in the works. She reached out just being a fan of Hip Hop, being a fan of music. It was unbelievable at first, ‘til she called me on that line and rapped my lyrics, and I was like, this is true. She’s incredible. I love her originality and that’s what I think music is built on, it’s supposed to move people and move people to be their own individuals and that’s what I love the most about it," he said. "['PARTYNAUSEOUS'] one of them, we did a few."