Dr. Dre & LL Cool J Have A Handful Of Unreleased Songs According to LL’s DJ

DJ Z-Trip, LL Cool J’s DJ, just revealed that Dr. Dre and LL have been recently working together and have over 10 tracks ready and finished! In an interview with HipHopDX, Z-Trip tells them, “It’s fucking dope man! It’s dope, he played me like five or six things and he’s like ‘Man, we got eight or nine other things.’ I think what they do is they just sit down and bang out however many tracks they make and at the end of that whole process they’ll probably gonna figure out which ones are the best ones.” LL and Dre: we hope to hear any of those tracks soon! You can read the full interview with Z-Trip and HipHopDX here.

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Eminem & T.I. To Feature on LL Cool J’s G.O.A.T. 2


LL sits down with Rap Up to speak on his new album G.O.A.T. 2 — the official follow-up to his 2000’s release G.O.A.T. In the video he revealed that both Eminem & T.I. will be featured on the album. watch the video below.

“Me and Em have a song. He just recently let me hear his verse and it’s crazy. He’s chainsawing shit. I think people are gonna be pleasantly surprised when they hear me and him on a record together.
It’s our first time we ever did something together. This is a record that I think people are gonna be excited [about]. To miss out on this G.O.A.T. 2 album would be a travesty for hip-hop. You can’t miss this shit.”

T.I. being featured on the upcoming album as well.

“We just got together, talkin’ and vibin’. He had an idea that he wanted to send me and I thought it was a crazy idea, and we collaborated and put something together that I think people are gonna bug out on. It’s gonna be trippy.”


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LL Cool J On “The Combat Jack Show”

LL Cool J stopped by The Combat Jack Show.

We couldn’t end this year right without having the G.O.A.T. on. How he survived an abusive upbringing, studied his craft with early rap pioneers in the same rap dojo with Kool G. Rap, becoming the foundation stone that became Def Jam, building with Queens’ street legends, battling this rapper, that rapper and JAY Z, why he didn’t sign management with Diddy, the “Accidental Racist” thing, flipping burglars in his castle and the victory of seeing his wife survive cancer, it’s all here and more. From Hollis to Hollywood, this episode is most certainly blowticious. LL Cool J will forever remain hard as hell. Pause.

No release date has been set yet for G.O.A.T. 2


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