In a recent episode of Suge Knight’s Collect Call podcast, Katt Williams spilled the beans on an exciting new project – a posthumous album featuring none other than the iconic 2Pac and the sensational Cardi B. The controversial comedian shared details about the upcoming release, promising a stellar lineup of eight exceptional guests.
During the podcast, Suge Knight expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “What you got going on with some of those unreleases with ‘Pac, shit, you got me excited. The different people you said you’re gonna put on there. I don’t wanna let the cat out the bag but it’s unbelievable.”
Keeping the details under wraps, Williams assured listeners that the album would boast “only the best of the best.” When questioned about Cardi B’s involvement, he confirmed, “Absolutely,” leaving fans eager for the dynamic collaboration.
Describing the upcoming album, Williams hinted at a unique blend, saying, “Everybody that’s on it is a piece of him, in a way.” Suge Knight even drew parallels between Cardi B and 2Pac, stating, “I always say she’s the female version of 2Pac.”
Notably, Katt Williams took a subtle jab at the 2004 posthumous album, “Loyal to the Game,” produced by Eminem, labeling it the only ‘Pac project that “flopped.” However, the comedian refrained from revealing additional details, leaving fans curious about the origins of 2Pac’s vocals and the producers attached to the project.