Cole gets an officially sanctioned Nas remix of his confessional, “Let Nas Down”.
Drake turned the internet on it’s ear this morning, by releasing four new songs at 4AM in Toronto, and announcing that his third LP, Nothing Was The Same, will be released on September 7th. PARTYNEXTDOOR – “Over Here” (feat. Drake) – This track is not from the Drake album, but instead from new OVO artist [cont.]
After bringing Drake out for a surprise performance during Dollar and a Dream show at the Irving Plaza in New York, J. Cole and Drake headed straight to the Best Buy in Union Square to purchase Born Sinner.
J. Cole in the Breakfast Club hot seat to promote his new LP, Born Sinner, available today.
J. Cole freestyles on Funk Flex’s show, in three separate clips. Born Sinner, in stores now.
Late on Born Sinner, J. Cole issues one of the most unnecessary apologies in hip-hop history. On “Let Nas Down,” he goes into great detail about how in his desperation to come up with a single for his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, he disappointed his idol: “Dion called me when it dropped, [cont.]
From Bas’ Quarter Water Raised Me Vol. II. Directed by Justin Benoliel.
Big Boy hosts the Power 106 Backstage Breakfast, speaking to J. Cole about his new album Born Sinner, coupled with a performance from Cole.
This is the bonus track from J. Cole’s Born Sinner LP, due next Tuesday.
With his hotly anticipated second album Born Sinner set for a week one sales battle with Kanye West and Mac Miller, we grabbed J. Cole to talk about putting his sophomore effort together, from sampling himself to finding the inspiration to produce every track and more.
Take an advance listen to J. Cole’s upcoming LP, Born Sinner, hitting next Tuesday, June 18th.
J. Cole album cut from Born Sinner, where he explains his idolization of Nas, and how he eventually let him down. Cole speaks on it in the following clip.
J. Cole tweeted out this pic of the tracklist for Born Sinner, which hits June 18th. Guests will include Miguel, Amber Coffman, Kendrick Lamar, TLC, James Fauntleroy, 50 Cent, Bas, and Jhene Aiko. The tracks marked “Truly Yours 3″ – which were previously released for free, earlier this year – will be offered on a [cont.]
5 Things You Didn’t Know about J. Cole, presented by The Breakfast Club.
Another one from Cole’s June 18th release, Born Sinner. Also, Cole speaks about it in the clip down below.
In the latest segment of SoulCulture’s mental health campaign, #OKNotToBeOK, Roc Nation’s North Carolina emcee J. Cole discusses experiencing depression for the first time whilst crafting his anticipated sophomore album, Born Sinner.
J. Cole talks about his writing process for Born Sinner and how he’s evolved from his earlier releases.
Mac Miller drops release date of new album Watching Movies with the Sound Off – June 18th – and talks about having twitter beef with Donald Trump at the age of 17.
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