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TDE president Terrence "Punch" Henderson just resurrected our hopes of a joint Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole album.

Hopeful rumors of a Cole-Lamar project have been swirling for years now. In an exchange with a fan on Twitter yesterday, the TDE boss at first shut these down, before offering a tentative maybe.

After Punch announced his plans to release all his records on a streaming platform, one fan hit him up to ask about a possible collaborative album between the reclusive rappers. The TDE president swiftly shut down the request, writing, "That's never going to happen."

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However, after steam picked up around his statement, Punch gave in, saying he had put a good word in with the artists. "I think it would [be] great for hip hop. I did my part though. I spoke to both of them." In another tweet, he offered some more hope: "I don’t know. It might still happen. I want it to happen."

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While, we have to admit, it's a long shot, all hip-hop fans can agree a joint record between the two GOATS of rap would be a guaranteed hit. Here's to hoping Punch can convince Kendrick and Cole to cook something up.

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