After Jeezy shared the tracklist for his upcoming album, one of the songs that stands out on the project is the Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole collaboration "American Dream." While fans still have a few days left until they hear the full version of the song, Jeezy recently shared a preview of the track.

On Monday night (Dec. 11), the Atlanta rapper teased the song, giving listeners a sample of what to expect from Cole and K. Dot. "Got money to make, blow out the candles then nut on the cake/Then I put it on plate, I'm running the game, you running in place," Cole can be heard rapping.

After a chorus from Jeezy, a few bars from Kendrick can also be heard. "Ten toes ain't for balling/I hear the world calling," the DAMN. rapper spits. "I gotta feast, I gotta read/I always know the trials of man."

Jeezy's eighth studio album, Pressure, is set to drop on Dec. 15 and will include features from Tee Grizzley, 2 Chainz, Puff Daddy, Kodak Black, YG, Tory Lanez, Rick Ross, WizKid, Trey Songz and more.

As for Kendrick and J. Cole, the "American Dream" collaboration will surely be another tease for fans who continue to wait for the rumored joint project from these two, which may or may not ever happen. In August, Top Dawg Entertainment's Punch said the project is "probably never" releasing, but then retracted his comment, saying n Twitter, "I was just playing about that dot and cole joint. It's coming for sure maybe. I don't know it might happen. Probably."

Check out a preview of "American Dream" below.

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