J.I.D Says He’s "Barely" On "ROTD3," Reveals 2020 ETA For No I.D. Project
I’m not too certain “birth and death” theory still holds true. Call it what you will: a law of opposites, a cosmic chain reaction, every culture, and ethnicity has their own definable term. For J.I.D and his inclusion on the hotly-anticipated Revenge of the Dreamers 3, he simply wasn’t meant to play a starring role. If you dig deep enough within the short history of the Twitter thread, you’ll find a few anecdotes worthy of closer inspection.
For starters, J.I.D is in no mood to playfight with Internet trolls. Secondly, J.I.D was nevertheless in a giving mood, offering his followers tons of insight into future plans leading up to next year. With regards to his presence on Dreamville’s ROTD3 project, he openly admits, “I’m barely on the project, I don’t care lol.” Big loss for sure, but you’d have to think everyone’s suffered the same fate, given the high turnout during reported throughout the recording process in ATL.
Within the space of an hour, J.I.D made another startling revelation, this time concerning his rumored project with legendary producer No I.D. As the following clearly denotes, J.I.D has every intention of fulfilling that promise, with all due respect to his fans, and himself most importantly. On that note, No I.D. is a legend in the game, so if anyone’s going the completion of that joint project, it’s going be a youthful J.I.D living out his childhood dreams. Keep it locked for additional updates in the coming months.
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