Did Kendrick Lamar’s Sister Accidentally Reveal His Upcoming Collaboration With J. Cole?

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J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar’s “Black Friday” freestyles had the Internet on tilt yesterday (Nov. 28). With the rappers jumping on each other’s tracks, Cole’s version of “Alright” and K. Dot’s version of “A Tale of 2 Citiez” now have the masses speculating about their joint album yet again. Now, it seems Kendrick’s sister may have spilled the beans.

In a Facebook post, Kayla Duckworth wrote that the two rappers have a collaboration dropping on Feb. 16:

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Cole’s “Black Friday” freestyle lends itself to Duckworth’s announcement. At the end of his lyrical spree, the Fayetteville rapper makes a reference to he and Kendrick’s supposed before abruptly ending the track:

“When you and K. Dot shit dropping?”
Bitch never, they can’t handle two Black niggas this clever
But this February, bet shit get scary when I fuck around and drop…

No details on whether the two are releasing an album or a single, but it looks like we all need to keep our eyes peeled.