Moneybagg Yo is back with a new visual for “Say Na” featuring J. Cole off his debut album RESET.
9th Wonder is back with the sequel to his label’s 2014 compilation Jamla Is the Squad II.
The 22-track have many contributors as Busta Rhymes, Black Thought, Rapsody, J. Cole, SiR, Big K.R.I.T., David Banner, JID, Pharoahe Monch, CJ Fly and many more.
J.Cole joins Rapsody and 9th Wonder for the ‘Jamla Is The Squad II’ single.
6LACK is back with a video for “Pretty Little Fears,” the J. Cole collaboration off his East Atlanta Love Letter album.
6LACK has collaborated with J. Cole on “Pretty Little Fears,” a new track from his East Atlanta Love Letter album that drops at midnight.
Also if you are in Atlanta tonight, 6LACK is having his listening event!!
Wale has reunited with J. Cole on “My Boy (Freestyle),” a new track taken from his Free Lunch EP.
Coming from good stock is normally associated with family tree’s but in the case of rising North Carolina rap authority, Kaj Kadence location is the connecting factor. A native of Fayetteville, popularized by Grammy-nominated recording artist J. Cole, Kaj has been devoting himself to his craft for the past few years and is determined to make a legacy of his own. Offering up his take on Nike‘s staple slogan, the witty wordsmith liberates a brand new single titled “Just Do It.’ A true anthem, the Nick Newz-produced bop provides proper perspective for current and future successors. Kaj on the record: “For me, ‘Just Do It’ represents the first leg of my musical journey. The highs, lows and everything in between. I wanted to bring the listener into my world. I wanted them to feel my angst, passion, blood, sweat, and tears. My ultimate goal was for people to take that energy and apply it to their journey to the top of their personal mountain.”
Stream the motivational cut after the jump and expect more music to drop from him soon!
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“I bought J. Cole’s KOD LP as soon as it dropped with no warning to the fans; which I too am a fan. ‘1985’ resonated with me immediately, so I asked Cole if I could get the Acapella and do an underground DJ version just for fun. He sent it and I just pieced some stab samples to keep it on some boom bap shit. Here it is!”
J Cole interviews Lil Pump and Talk about the “Fuck J Cole” diss and what kind of music influenced Lil Pump J Cole’s meaning behind 1985.
After transforming his entire social media to purple, J.Cole releases today his fifth studio project of his new album, KOD. The album carries three different subtitles: Kidz on Drugz, King Overdose, and Kill Our Demonz. The project, which serves as a follow-up to his 4 Your Eyez Only album, sees Cole keeping the trend of no guest appearances.