From Yo Gotti’s I AM.
Roc Nation’s J. Cole turns 29 this week, and in celebration has released a new mixtape, Revenge Of The Dreamers, which also serves to help launch his new label deal with Interscope Records. Dreamville Records will be home to Bas and Omen, who are featured on the 11-track project.
From 2013′s MMG Presents: Self Made 3 compilation.
Four years after their first interview J Cole and Nick Huff Barili link up for their fourth in-depth interview. In part 4 J Cole talks Kanye West, “Dumbing Down”, Power Trip Double Meaning + More. On Kanye pushing boundaries: “I think there’s no rules. You can say what you want,” said Cole. “You know what [cont.]
Four years after their first interview J Cole and Nick Huff Barili link up for their fourth in-depth interview. In part 3 J Cole explains the inspiration to his track “Rich N****z” from his album Born Sinner. Cole breaks down lyrics and tells stories to give deeper insight to the song.
JT grabs pretty much everyone Kendrick Lamar mentioned on “Control” for the “TKO” remix. J. Cole finally weighs in…
Four years after their first interview J Cole and Nick Huff Barili link up for their fourth in-depth interview. In part 2, J Cole talks to Nick about creating music for his sophomore album. “People don’t know I really just dropped two albums on you this year. If you combine all Truly Yours 1, 2 [cont.]
J. Cole celebrates Born Sinner live on Late Night With David Letterman.
Four years after their first interview J Cole and Hard Knock TV link up for their fourth in-depth interview. In part 1 J Cole talks to Nick about his first Hip Hop memory. “My first Rap music memory was Kool Moe Dee…I just remember being a big fan of Kool Moe Dee. I had a [cont.]
Jermaine Cole performs his 2Pac-esque hit on Letterman, as aired last night.
From Gotti’s upcoming album, I Am, due November 19th.
J. Cole breaks down the history behind the track “Crooked Smile” for MTV. Get More: J. Cole, MTV Shows
Suffering From Success hits stores tomorrow.
From Born Sinner, available now.
Questlove tells the story of how he randomly (very randomly) found J. Cole’s iPhone at a gas station.
Jermaine Cole, also known as rapper J Cole, opens up to the Wall Street Journal’s Lee Hawkins about his long journey to the top of the music industry, helped by his mentor Jay-Z and his formal education as a magna cum laude graduate of St. John’s University in New York. As part of the discussion, [cont.]
J. Cole performs “Crooked Smile” on Conan.
J. Cole and Wale team up for this non-album collaborative track with Jake One on the beat.
J. Cole talks “Made Nas Proud” and working with Kendrick Lamar and Drake.
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