As much as fans appreciate J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar’s solo work, the fact that they’ve talked about collaborating on a joint album is a dream come true for hip-hop heads.

Lamar and Cole have been on and off about the project for a few years now, but Ab-Soul dropped a bit of news that confirms it actually exists.

During an interview with The Breakfast Club while promoting his fourth studio album DWTW, Soul told Charlamagne tha God he may have a feature on the Kendrick/Cole album. Soul says, “I can’t speak on that. I wish I could.”

Charlamagne prodded a bit more and asked if the project was going to come, in which Soul replied, “I’m saying these guys move like the mob. You never know with these guys. I just hope they use my verse. They just need to use my verse.”

Charlamagne asked once again if there’s a Kendrick/Cole album, and Soul says, “They got it. They got something in the works. They’ve been working on that motherfucker for a while.”

“I want to see that happen. I’m saying, these guys, they’ll have something today and you come back next week…they done brought Cardo Got Wings in here and Dahi," Ab-Soul adds. "I’m just like, ‘What happened to Sounwave? What’s up?’ I just sit back and just observe.”

The last time Lamar and Cole shared a headline was when they released a pair of freestyles on Black Friday last year. For America’s biggest shopping day after Thanksgiving, they gifted fans with remixes on each other’s songs from their albums To Pimp a Butterfly and 2014 Forest Hills Drive. Cole rapped over Kendrick’s “Alright” while Kendrick tried his hand at “A Tale of 2 Citiez.”

Watch the rest of Soul’s interview with The Breakfast Club below and stream DWTW here. You can also check out what Soul had to say about his recent diss toward Jay Electronica here.