Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar may still be on the heels of the release of his major label debut , good kid, m.A.A.d city, but he’s already got a number of collaborations in the works. Among those various collaborations is a record with T.I. that he says will be featured on the rappers forthcoming Trouble Man album.
He spoke briefly on his collab with T.I. and also shared some news on his joint album with J. Cole during a recent interview with LosAngelesLeakers.com.
“We got something on his album. It’s a crazy one,” Kendrick revealed in regards to his record with T.I.
“We gone drop that out the sky though. I ain’t gonna give no dates, no nothing. I’m just gonna let it fall,” the rapper added when asked about his collaborative album with J. Cole.
Kendrick concluded his interview by naming what he believes to be are the three most influential songs to come out of the city of Compton.
“Of course ‘Straight Outta Compton’ cause I heard that too many times inside the house. ‘Sweet Black Pussy,’ DJ Quik. ‘Straight Up Menace,’ [MC] Eiht,” said the rapper.