Cole Bennett Drops Lyrical Lemonade Album “All Is Yellow” Feat. Eminem, Juice WRLD, Kid Cudi, Jack Harlow & More

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Cole Bennett Drops Lyrical Lemonade Album All Is Yellow Feat. Eminem, Juice WRLD, Kid Cudi, Jack Harlow & More

Cole Bennett unleashes Lyrical Lemonade’s “All Is Yellow” album.

Cole Bennett continues putting out new music as he finally releases the highly anticipated Lyrical Lemonade album “All Is Yellow”. The star-studded project comes with a pack of 14 tracks, including previously released “Stop Giving Me Advice” with Jack Harlow & Dave, and “Guitar In My Room”  with Lil Durk & Kid Cudi.

The other artists on the album include JID, Sheck Wes, The Kid LAROI, Lil B, Swae Lee, Lil Yachty, Joey Badass, Latto, Lil Skies, Lil B, Denzel Curry, Amine, $not, 6 Dogs, G Herbo and more.

Eminem also makes his appearance for the song titled “Doomsday Pt. 2”, which samples Role Model beat, produced by Dr. Dre & Mel-Man. The first part of the song featured Juice WRLD and Cordae, which was released last year.

“All is Yellow, the album, out now. I don’t even know where to start. This has been by far the most ambitious project I’ve ever taken on in my entire career,” he wrote. “If I could go back I wouldn’t do anything different.. well maybe i’d do a couple things different lol but maaaaaan these memories will last a lifetime. Having all of my favorite artists and friends come together for this was one of the best feelings I’ve ever felt. I learned so much through this process. I had days where I felt like I could take on the world and I had days where I felt like the world was about to end. I now know that truly nothing is impossible.”

“Thankful for all of the sleepless nights in the studios with @daniyel , @marvyayy & @carltonmcdowell1 and all of the never-ending days on set with the best film crew in the world. By now I’m positive that my team and I know more about yellow ties and yellow latex curtains than anyone else on the planet. That’s all I got for now.. this story will continue to tell itself. Officially the first music video director to ever put together an album. Including a music video for every song as well. This album took an **ARMY** of people. cheers to the future and always learning to be more intentional. love you all so much. I can’t believe this.”


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