Yesterday, Gang Starr shared their first song in 16 years, "Family and Loyalty" featuring J. Cole. Sharing the track on Twitter, Cole expressed how honored he felt to collaborate with the prolific rap duo and the late MC Guru. In the post he also revealed that this would be his last feature.

Between his his solo career and the Dreamville Records imprint, Cole has made numerous guest features in the past years, including Young Thug's "The London" and 21 Savage's "A Lot" on which Cole even boasts about his feature prowess: "I'll show up on everyone album/ You know what the outcome will be" he raps, "It's got to the point that these rappers don't even like rappin' with me."

For now, however, don't expect J. Cole to make an appearance on any of your favorite rapper's tracks. You can check out his last feature on "Family and Loyalty" here.

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