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LL Cool J heads to studio to record new album - June 15

Hip-hop icon and veteran rapper LL Cool J is headed back into the studio to record the follow-up to his last album, "G.O.A.T. featuring James T. Smith." The rapper shared how he is approaching the new set when reporters from caught up with him recently at the Hudson Hotel in New York City.

"You know, it's just a matter of me just accepting the challenge of hip-hop. This is my tenth album," he said. "I just want to put something together that I can feel proud of and that people can enjoy. And I want the people that have been supporting my music over the course of so many years to appreciate what I'm about to do, and I'm not going to cheat them and I'm not going to be lazy. I'm just going to put 100 percent into it, 150 percent, and then see how people feel about it."

LL Cool J went on to explain exactly where he is in terms of the recording of the new project. "Just starting. I'm, like, at the tip of the iceberg. I haven't know, I got a few records. I feel good about the records, but right now I just wanna lay it out there for people and give them something they can really enjoy and hopefully feel, you know, just stimulate and challenge hip-hop a bit, and just have some fun with it," he said.

In the meantime, fans can hear LL Cool J on the song "Put Your Hands Up" from "Violator The Album V2.0," slated for release July 24th. He also stars opposite Chris Klein and Jean Reno in the John McTiernan-directed film "Rollerball," which is due out in August.

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