AceShowbiz - %cKendrick Lamar% hasn't been on the best terms with %cDrake% in the past few years. Ever since the Compton rapper called out his former collaborator in his controversial verse for 2013's "Control", the two have dropped several tracks on which they take shots at each other.
However, fans are now hoping to get another collaboration between the two rappers after they spotted $2 bills in a photo Drake posted on Instagram on Thursday, March 17 to promote his upcoming album, "Views From the 6". The image came just days after Lamar was videotaped hitting the studio with a stack of $2 bills on his hands.
Is drake working with Kendrick again? Same 2$ stacks as Kendrick in the studio video. pic.twitter.com/YmYhsJ82Ri— Jermaine (@brainfeeder_) 18 March 2016
"Is drake working with Kendrick again? Same 2$ stacks as Kendrick in the studio video," a Twitter user wrote alongside Drake's post. "Coincidence? Lucky # 2s," he added.
Here. Kendrick's 2$ stacks in the video. Coincidence? Lucky # 2s pic.twitter.com/Gm294Kt8Gl— Jermaine (@brainfeeder_) 18 March 2016
Drake and Lamar last collaborated in 2012. At the time, they were featured together on a song called "Poetic Justice".
Currently, Drake is putting the final touches on "Views From the 6", which he plans to release in April. Meanwhile, Lamar is fresh off dropping his surprise record, "untitled unmastered.", that's now topping the Billboard 200 chart. The Compton rapper was recently seen returning to the studio to start working on something new that could end up on his next solo effort or on the collaborative project with his TDE mates.