With his sophomore album Born Sinner nearing completion, J. Cole decides to step away from the album work and drop a freebie. The self-produced record is titled Cole Summer and the cover is a reference to his mother, who used to work at the post office.
Few Days to finish the album then off to Mixing. Here’s some thoughts. Cole Summer.
J. Cole recently sat down for interview with MTV and he explained the basketball theme of his previous projects and the new concept behind his forthcoming LP. The album, Born Sinner, is set to hit stores on June 25th.
J. Cole stays true to his word and releases the official video for his latest single Power Trip featuring Miguel. The video is basically a short film where Cole falls for a girl and ends up stalking her and ultimately killing the guy (Miguel) she was seeing. The visual was shot in his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina and is directed by Mike Piscitelli and Nabil. Born Sinner hits stores on June 25th.
Audio: J. Cole Speaks On “Born Sinner” Delay, Celebrity Crush, Illuminati & Joint Album With Kendrick Lamar
In this 12-minute interview with Jenny Boom Boom, J. Cole talks about his new single Power Trip, his fantasy woman, his Harvard speech, working on the Kendrick Lamar joint album, the illuminati and more.
J. Cole sat down with MTV today and told the stories about how he lost out on two of hottest beats that No I.D. produced, Stay and Tears Of Joy. Cole blames his inexperience in the game for not purchasing the beats and eventually losing the beats to artists who paid No I.D. for the beats. You can listen to J. Cole’s version of Stay here.
French Montana releases the second video of the day from his Mac & Cheese 3 mixtape, this one for Diamonds featuring J. Cole and Rozay. Directed by Edgar Esteves.
Here’s something that will surely start your Valentine’s Day off on a good note, it’s J. Cole’s brand new self-produced single Power Trip featuring Miguel. You can purchase the single on iTunes.
Above, is the official trailer for French Montana’s upcoming video for Diamonds featuring J.Cole and Rick Ross. Directed by Edgar Esteves. Don’t forget, Excuse My French will be in stores May 21st.