By KYLE EUSTICE
LOS ANGELES, CA – It looks like KRS-One is working on something with Dr. Dre. On Thursday (August 16), The Teacher shared an Instagram photo of the two Hip Hop powerhouses together and revealed he had new music on the way.
“Yo, I was in the studio last night with Dre and Tuffy checking out some dope beats,” he wrote in the caption. “New KRS-One Coming Soon! Shout out to Anderson Paak.”
Anderson .Paak, of course, is signed to Dre’s Aftermath Records imprint, so it’s possible it’s a collab between all three of them.
It’s been 22 years since KRS and Dre have worked on a track together. The duo’s last collaboration, 1996’s “East Coast/West Coast,” was released two months after Tupac Shakur’s murder.
Featuring KRS, Nas, B-Real, and The Narrator RBX, the song was an attempt to bring together West Coast MCs and East Coast MCs in a show of solidarity.
KRS’ lastest album, The World Is Mind, was released in 2017.