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Moneybagg Yo, who attended the 4th Annual TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center on Oct. 23, 2018 in New York, has a song with J. Cole on his new album. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for TIDAL

Moneybagg Yo is done hinting about a possible J. Cole collaboration — he’s making things official.

Before hitting the Barclays Center stage at the 4th annual Tidal X Brooklyn benefit concert on Tuesday, the rapper opened up to International Business Times about his debut studio album, “Reset.” When the LP drops on Nov. 2, fans can expect to hear a few features, one of which Moneybagg Yo’s already hinted at on social media.

“It’s a song with J. Cole,” the artist said of which album track he’s most looking forward to everyone hearing. He shared that he’s “real excited” about the collaboration and fans should be, too.

The 27-year-old rapper teased back in August that something was in the works between the two artists when he posted a since-deleted photo of them together in the studio on Instagram. Followers were left to wonder if that really meant they were doing a song together and, if so, when and where would it drop.

Although J. Cole just released his fifth studio album, “KOD,” in April, he’s already revealed that he has two new projects, “The Off Season” and “The Fall Off,” in the works for 2019, which is why fans weren’t sure where the teased collab would end up. Well, now they do. When Moneybagg Yo’s “Reset” is released on Nov. 2, so will his song with J. Cole.

While speaking about his upcoming project to IBT, the artist also explained how his debut studio album will be different from all of the mixtapes he’s released in the past.

“The mixtapes be having more like the street feel,” Moneybagg Yo said. “It’s just like, the production and everything, be different on the whole album. And the features. It’s all about who you collabing with and everything, so I got some surprises for y’all.”

Even with his new album out in less than two weeks, he’s still able to think ahead about what he wants to do next. When asked about which Tidal X Brooklyn 2018 artists he’d like to work with in the future, he mentioned Kodak Black, Meek Mill and BlocBoy JB. Whether those will happen or not remains to be seen, but, in the meantime, Moneybagg Yo fans have all the features on “Reset” to look forward to.