If you're keeping track, the upcoming soundtrack for Creed II looks like it could rival Black Panther as soundtrack of the year. While it would be a difficult feat to pull off since Kendrick Lamar did an amazing job on the project, the Californian appears to also have a role next to Mike Will Made-It for the new OST. The producer has teased many names for the upcoming work, confirming Rick Ross, Kodak Black, Lil Wayne, and others. Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, and Eminem have also been thrown around and now, Kung Fu Kenny has settled in as an official guest feature.

While his role does not appear to be as prominent as it was for Black Panther, Kenny was pictured in the studio next to Mike Will as the beatmaker asked who should accompany him on the track. Nicki Minaj's fans swarmed the comments, begging for a collaboration between the two artists. While she may not be featured on that particular song, it's possible that she makes it onto the album. Mike Will is incredibly confident that this project will impact the world, dubbing it as "COLLABORATIVE PROJECT OF THE YEAR, OR MAYBE OF OUR GENERATION." Those are obviously big statements but with the scope of features he's been able to bag, it's entirely possible.

Hopefully, the producer can deliver a classic. Only time will tell!