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After Cancelling 14th Rap Album For Being ‘Too F****** Good’, LL Cool J Confirms Features From Eminem, Nas, Saweetie & More

Amidst high anticipation for his 14th studio album, Long Island, New York’s legendary rapper LL Cool J – popularly known as the ‘G.O.A.T.’ has confirmed that he is slated to exchange bars with numerous rap pioneers including Eminem, Nas, Saweetie, Fat Joe and Rick Ross.

As per a report by Houston Williams for, ‘The G.O.A.T.’ has “some heavy hitters joining him”. The artists, who will reportedly be on Cool J’s first album in ten years, include Eminem, Nas, Fat Joe, Rick Ross, Saweetie and his album is entirely produced by A Tribe Called Quest‘s Q-Tip.

In February, the ‘Rock The Bells’ rapper stirred far-reaching conversations on social media after he announced that the album won’t come out. However, Cool J was swift to suggest that the record won’t come out ’cause it’s “too f***** good”.

“I was considering not putting the record out because it’s too f***** good.” LL Cool J said in an Instagram post. “Q Tip… you’re a genius baby. This is my favourite album ever made. I can’t wait for y’all to hear it.” LL Cool J continued.

Read everything about LL Cool J’s highly anticipated album in our report.

Listen to LL Cool J’s debut album ‘Radio’ here if you haven’t yet.