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RL Grime And Chief Keef Pose For Picture As Upcoming Collaboration Hopes Rise

RL Grime has been an enigma in 2017. The trap commander dropped a few singles through the year as well as a stunner of a mixtape this past Halloween, but he did not do what just about everyone expected him to, release an album. RL Grime's hyped up the release of his forthcoming LP, ‘NOVA' in several ways this year, including a full North American tour as well as two digital copies of a magazine outlining his creative process.

Now as the new year looms we have received another auspicious sign from the OG Trap god. He posted up a photo with him and Chief Keef. Fans went absolutely nuts. Dillon Francis and Diplo both even chimed in on the post making jokes about a collaboration. RL Grime does have a storied history working along side Sossa, but does this mean we can expect a cross over track on NOVA? We can only hope. Check out the Gram below.

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