Jadakiss requests Naomi Osaka’s assistance to work with Cordae on their “Bucket List” project.

While Jadakiss is taking a victory lap after leading The LOX to a convincing victory over Dipset in their Verzuz showdown last month, Jada has recently been interested in a young MC.


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The Yonkers veteran expresses his adoration for Cordae in a scene from the most recent episode of HBO’s The Shop: Uninterrupted, sitting opposite The Lost Boy rapper’s tennis player girlfriend, Naomi Osaka.

Jadakiss states, “I have to do something with Cordae.” “His bars are really great, but his mannerism is…” He has those bars, which elevates him to something special. And he’s just so relaxed with you being his significant other.

In fact, Jadakiss is such a fan of Cordae that he encourages Naomi Osaka to arrange a collaboration with her “very brilliant” partner.

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Another video from the episode’s production shows Jadakiss making love to Naomi Osaka as they are hanging out backstage. He then reiterates his desire to hook up with Cordae, calling him a “bucket list” partner.

Kiss approaches the four-time Grand Slam champion and says, “You’re fantastic, I love you. “Tell Cordae to get one with Kiss for my bucket list,” you say.

Invariably gracious Naomi responds, “Okay. With a smile, I said, “Thank you; great to meet you.

Jadakiss reveals to Naomi Osaka that working with @cordae photo is something he’s always wanted to do.

Although Jadakiss and Cordae have not yet collaborated, they have both shown they are more than prepared to work across generational divides. In recent years, Kiss has collaborated with Future, ScHoolboy Q, and PARTYNEXTDOOR on songs, while Cordae has previously worked with OGs like Q-Tip, Eminem, and Pusha T.

In reality, Cordae has spent his entire career dispelling the myths that support the generational divide in hip hop. He rapped, “Old n-gggas bitter, y’all should appreciate it when an n-gga win/’Cause we came from the same struggle/Like Diddy and Dame Russell,” in his 2018 viral response to J. Cole’s “1985.”