DRAM is nominated for his appearance on Gorillaz' "Andromeda" at the 2018 Grammys, and in anticipation of the big event, he's held an illuminating Q&A on Twitter. Among other tidbits, the Virginia singer assured fans that his sophomore album (the follow-up to 2016's Big Baby DRAM) was on the way, but most importantly, hinted at a collaboration with none other than Kendrick Lamar.

Seeing that DRAM opened for Kendrick on last summer's DAMN. tour, a fan inquired about whether the two found time to work on music while on the road. DRAM revealed that while they had not done any songs together during that time, they did "cook up" prior to the shows. 

DRAM was purposely vague about the whole thing, so it's impossible to say whether this supposed collaboration will appear on his upcoming album, the Kendrick-helmed Black Panther soundtrack, or elsewhere. While fans may have to wait it out, DRAM's followers shouldn't have anything to complain about, considering the singer re-released his Big Baby DRAM project with a slew of new bonus tracks, as well as dropping a holiday EP, all within the last few months.

The Q&A also told us what DRAM does in his off-time ("Smoke, drink bulliet and watch chuck e cheese flight compilations on YouTube") and what songs he's been jamming to recently (Young Nudy's "Judge Scott Convicted"). Take a look at some of his answers below.