Katt Williams Reveals He's Working on a Posthumous 2Pac Album With Cardi B And More | WhatsOnRap

Katt Williams Produces Upcoming Tupac Album, Featuring Unreleased Verses and Collaboration with Cardi B

Katt Williams Teases 2Pac Posthumous Album with Cardi B Collaboration on Suge Knight's Podcast
During a recent episode of Suge Knight's Collect Call podcast, comedian Katt Williams revealed his involvement in an upcoming posthumous album for 2Pac. Knight expressed excitement about the project, which Williams has been working on secretly. 

The comedian shared that the album would feature only eight carefully selected artists, aiming for the "best of the best." When asked about a collaboration with Cardi B, Williams confirmed, praising her as the "female version of 2Pac."

Suge Knight, recognizing Cardi B's talent, compared her to the late 2Pac. Williams echoed the sentiment, stating that everyone featured on the album represents a piece of 2Pac in their own way.

Towards the end of the conversation, Knight took a swipe at Eminem, referencing the posthumous album "Loyal To The Game" produced by Eminem in 2004, which he labeled as the only 2Pac album that "flopped."
As the discussion shifted to Jada Pinkett Smith, Katt Williams fondly recalled a moment when she coined the nickname "Katt Pac." Knight shared positive remarks about Jada and her impact on Will Smith's life and career.
This exclusive revelation about the upcoming 2Pac album, combined with insights into Cardi B's involvement and a subtle jab at Eminem, adds a new layer of intrigue to the ever-evolving narrative around legendary hip-hop figures.

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