Bas and J. Cole connect for their new visual “Night Job.”
This Trae The Truth video comes from his previous album. Watch “Children of Men” above featuring J. Cole and Ink.
This was differently a surprise, J.Cole and his Dreamville label release a new album titled “Revenge of the Dreamers II”. The album was supposed to drop Friday, but thank you to J.Cole for gifting us early. “Revenge Of The Dreamers II” has 9 tracks which feature Dreamville artists Bas, Omen and Cozz. Donnie Trumpet, Ari Lennox and Correy C. Right now the release can only be streamed on Apple Music and can be purchased on iTunes. Check out the tracklist below.
1. “Folgers Crystals” (J. Cole)
2. “Night Job” (Bas Feat. J. Cole)
3. “Backseat” (Ari Lennox Feat. Cozz)
4. “Caged Bird” (J. Cole Feat. Omen)
5. “48 Laws” (Omen Feat. Donnie Trumpet)
6. “Housewives” (Bas)
7. “Tabs” (Cozz Feat. Bas)
8. “Still Slummin’” (lute)
9. “Grow” (Cozz Feat. Correy C)
Janet Jackson makes her comeback to music with the release of her newest single/visual “No Sleeep,” which is assisted by J. Cole.
As you may or may not already know, J. Cole attended St. John’s University his freshman year way back in 2003. Originally choosing the school in the hopes of finding a record deal in The Big Apple, Cole majored in communications with a minor in business. While the artist did graduate with the honorable Summa Cuma Laude title and with a solid 3.82 GPA, he never received his degree from the school due to a never returned library book. After doing a show at his old school this past weekend, the school decided that they would waive the fee and present J. with his degree. He responded politely to the university’s gesture with “I’m gonna send this to my mom.”
Still going strong off his latest album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole drops the second video for the album. Peep the video for “G.O.M.D.” above.
Guest appearances from Kanye West, J. Cole, and more!
J. Cole appears on the cover of the new cover of ESPN Magazine with none other than racing legend Dale Earnhardt Jr. The two originally came into contact when J. Cole randomly gave Earnhardt a shoutout on his latest album 2014 Forest Hills Drive. After that, Earl responded stating how much he enjoyed J. Cole’s “Power Trip” with Miguel and how he was a fan of the hip hop music scene. Who would have though!