Jeezy revealed the track list for his forthcoming new album Pressure earlier this month, with the project featuring a number of guest appearances. However, there was one in particular that stood out from the rest — a track titled “American Dream” featuring Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole.
Now, a snippet of the track has been unveiled. During a listening party for the album the track was played, to which someone in attendance managed to record a part of the track, where both verses from Lamar and Cole can be heard.
Along with Lamar and Cole, Tee Grizzly, Puff Daddy, Rick Ross, YG, Kodak Black, and more make appearances on the album, which drops Friday, December 15.
The collaborative track between Lamar and Cole has reignited interest in the two’s collaborative album which has been in talks for awhile.
The last time any sort of update was offered was last year, when rapper Ab-Soul spoke on it in an interview with The Breakfast Club.
“They got it. They got something in the works. They’ve been working on that motherfucker for a while,” Soul said. “I’m saying these guys move like the mob. You never know with these guys. I just hope they use my verse. They just need to use my verse.”