Producer Ronny J Claims Kanye West & Dr. Dre Are Working On "Something Special"

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The beatmaker behind tracks for Denzel Curry, XXXTentacion, 6ix9ine, Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, and more artists says he was just back in Wyoming with Ye.

(AllHipHop News) Ronald Oneil Spence Jr. (aka Ronny J) co-produced "Everything We Need" on Kanye West's Jesus Is King album. According to the New Jersey native, Ye and another Hip Hop legend are actively collaborating on an additional version of the project.

On November 18, Kanye and Dr. Dre uploaded the same picture from the studio to their respective Twitter accounts. Both captions for the photo read, "Ye and Dre Jesus is King Part II coming soon."

People began to wonder if the two creators were just trolling their followers. TMZ caught up with Ronny J, and he seemed to confirm that a sequel to West's Gospel-inspired rap LP is really in the works.

"Honestly, shout out Ye cause we definitely got some sh*t on the way - me, Dr. Dre, and Kanye," said Ronny. "It's something special. It's something a little extra for the fans." He added, "I was just in Wyoming working on it last week... Dre wasn't there this time around... Dre's working on some additional work from Jesus Is King."

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I do not to much care for Ye's personal life, but his production skills mostly always on point! And he has been around steadily for a long time. Dr. Dre fell off a long time ago. He doesn't produce albums no more, let alone single's. Compton was a flop. Chronic 2001 was white washed compared to the first album. And he produced a album (mostly produced) for Eminem after rehab and it was Em's lowest selling album of his career. I these pics with finger pointing Dre does is like a broken record. His last artist was a flop. Kendrick Lamar is really on Top Dog. Interscope got them on Aftermath as a joint label deal because Dre doesn't make music headlines nowadays. Really for the last decade and some change. The hottest point of his career was Ruthless Records. And it's really disappointing because he doesn't pay hommage to Eazy E but he on every rappers nutts and buying them expensive gifts for their birth days, and he doesn't do anything for the man who started his rap career. Start a museum in his honor. Come out with a bio pic to financially support his kids anything. You see how Tamika Wright playing his seeds, and they was there before her. They don't have any part of his legacy and that's dead wrong. Big up's to Dj Yella for being a supportive God Father to Eric Wright's kids.