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Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill Reveal New Collab Album On the Way


The streets will soon have the best of both worlds…the east coast and the west coast.

It’s just been confirmed that a joint album is on the way, and it’ll be a collaboration between Meek Mill and Nipsey Hussle. During an interview, Hussle reveals that he and Mill have already started putting some things together.

 “We been cutting ideas and just getting in.”

He later adds that fans could potentially expect for the project to be wrapping up before the end of the summer–that is if things go according to plan.

 “We just gotta lock in and get the records done…We would like to come summer time if we gon’ do it. We just gotta lock in.”

This will be the first time that the two rappers collaborate on a project. Nipsey made the announcement while appearing for a guest interview on the Real 92.3 L.A. However, he did not confirm the name of the project, or an exact date to expect the new music, according to XXL Mag.

Nipsey has already been collaborating with other artists this year. Let’s see what he has up his sleeve for us this go round.

Thoughts? Are you excited to hear this new collaboration? Let us know how your thoughts, by leaving a comment below.

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