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Production Credits for J. Cole’s New Project ‘Might Delete Later’

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After teasing fans with new music through his burner Instagram account and vlogs, J. Cole returns with his surprise project, ‘Might Delete Later.’

With 12 tracks, Might Delete Later boasts contributions from Gucci ManeYoung DroAri Lennox, Central CeeBasCam’ron and Ab-Soul. The project comes two weeks after Kendrick Lamar dissed Cole and Drake on the Metro Boomin and Future We Don’t Trust You album cut, “Like That.”

Production is handled by frequent collaborators T-Minus and AzizTheShake, as well as by Cole himself, his manager Ibrahim Hamad, and others.

Check out the full list of credits below.

Might Delete Later Production Credits

1. Pricey (Ft. Gucci Mane, Ari Lennox & Young Dro)
Produced by J. Cole, DZL, WU10, Daoud & T-Minus

2. Crocodile Tearz
Produced by T-Minus

3. Ready ’24 (Ft. Cam’ron)
Produced by T-Minus, DZL, AzizTheShake & WU10

4. Huntin’ Wabbitz
Produced by T-Minus, Charlie Heat & Ibrahim Hamad

5. H.Y.B. (Ft. Bas & Central Cee)
Produced by DZL, FNZ & AzizTheShake

6. Fever
Produced by ATL Jacob & Kuji

7. Stickz N Stonez
Produced by The Alchemist & Billa Joints

8. Pi (Ft. Ab-Soul & Daylyt)
Produced by Daylyt

9. Stealth Mode (Ft. Bas)
Produced by DZL, AzizTheShake & Daoud

10. 3001
Produced by Mike WiLL Made-It, T-Minus & Pluss

11. Trae The Truth in Ibiza
Produced by DZL & Daoud

12. 7 Minute Drill
Produced by T-Minus & Conductor Williams

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KAYTRANADA Releases New Album, ‘TIMELESS’

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KAYTRANADA has released his third studio album, TIMELESS.

The two-disc project features 22 tracks with contributions from Childish Gambino, Anderson .Paak, SiR, Dawn Richard, Tinashe, Ravyn Lenae, Durand Bernarr, Rochelle Jordan, and more. Following his joint album with Aminé titled KAYTRAMINÉ, KAYTRANADA’s latest work is supported by the lead single, “Lover / Friend.”

“I think this album is going to be more hands-on, and it’s unapologetically like, we’re going to do it right,” he said. “Even if I did it right before, I’m in a new phase in my life, and I’m going to package it how I want it.”

Stream TIMELESS below.

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Latto, Megan Thee Stallion, and Flo Milli Team Up for ‘Sunday Service’ Remix

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During Megan Thee Stallion’s Hot Girl Summer Tour stop in Atlanta, the rapper thrilled fans by bringing out Latto for a surprise performance, where they premiered a remix of Latto’s ‘Sunday Service,‘ a record that was originally aimed at Ice Spice.


After the show, Latto, Megan Thee Stallion, and Flo Milli, who was also in attendance, announced that the remix of ‘Sunday Service’ would be hitting streaming services this Friday.

“What the f**k I look like trippin’ on one out of seven billion?, “Megan raps. “I meet the goalposts, b**ches move it/ They say I can’t, then I do it/ Your favorite rapper might not like me, but his boo gon’ share my music/ Big chest, big influence, chain flowin’ like hallelujah/ I see you broke and askin’ for attention, I’ll never throw the bone to ya.”

“Sunday Service” marks Latto’s second release of 2024, following her collaboration with Anycia on January’s “BACK OUTSIDE.” Meanwhile, Flo Milli is currently touring on Gunna‘s “One of Wun” tour. Megan Thee Stallion recently announced her third studio album, ‘MEGAN‘ is set to release on June 28.

Stream the ‘Sunday Service’ remix below.

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Ice Spice Reveals Date for Debut Album ‘Y2K’ and Announces New World Tour

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On Wednesday (June 5), Ice Spice took to social media to announce the official release date of her debut album, Y2K. The album is set to drop on July 26.

Supported by her previously released singles, “Think U the Shit (Fart)” and “Gimmie a Light,” the album’s artwork pays homage to her Bronx roots while the title commemorates both the year she was born and the era itself. “I think this is some of my best work,” she told Billboard. “It’s not going to be too long — it’s going to be sweet and to the point.”


In conjunction with the album announcement, Ice Spice revealed she will embark on a world tour alongside Cash Cobain and Riotusa, starting July 4, 2024. The tour will feature 28 stops, including cities such as London, Boston, Washington D.C., Atlanta, and Miami. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 7, at 10 a.m.

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