Grammy Award-winning rapper J. Cole has teamed up with BTS's J-Hope on an electrifying indie album that can be described as a monumental American K-pop and rap collaboration filled with resonance from BTS' "Butter" remix featuring Megan. Thee Stallion competition song. Single titled "On the road".
J. Cole confirms that his forthcoming album, “The Fall Off,” will be released through the Summer Walker Collaboration.
The Fall Off, which has been much anticipated, will be the next album from J. Cole. On "To Summer, From Cole," the first track from Summer Walker's new Clear 2: Soft Life EP, which was released on Friday (May 19), the Dreamville don made the announcement.
After wrapping up the North American portion of her “age/sex/location Tour” back in March, Ari Lennox headed overseas last Saturday (May 13) to kick off the extended European leg. Last night (May 16), during her sold-out concert in London, England, she was surprised with a guest appearance from Dreamville head honcho J. Cole.
On the “All My Life” collaboration, LIL DURK admits that J. Cole “smoked” him, saying, “THAT BARELY HAPPENS.”
Lil Durk has admitted that J. Cole “smoked” him on his new single “All My Life” that dropped on Friday (May 12), something the Chicago rapper says “barely happens” to him. The OTF frontman spoke about the new collaboration in an interview with Complex at his release party on Thursday (May 11), and admitted that Cole bodied him on his own song.
Built around a huge hook, the song is the first time the two have appeared on wax together. “Lately I just wanna show up and body some shit,” the Dreamville boss raps. “Always been a lil mathematician, lately it’s cash I’m gettin’/I’m losin’ count of these bags, I been movin’ too fast/Hard times don’t last, ’member when cops harassed.” The two hitmakers teased the collaboration with a series of photos of them shooting the video. They also shared a clip of them filming with a crowd of kids, who joyfully chanted the chorus as Cole recorded from his phone. In the caption, Durk promised he would drop the cover art and release date for his project if he got over 100,000 comments. He reached the milestone with ease.
“95.south” is the opening by J. Cole from his 2021 album ‘The Off-Season.’ On the track, J. Cole brags about his dominance at the top of the rap game and how he enjoys the perks that come along with it. J. Cole announced his sixth studio album ‘The Off-Season‘ out of the blue as intended. The rapper only released an interlude from the album before the album release on May 14, 2021. This is J. Cole’s follow-up album to his 2018 project ‘KOD.’ Announcing the album, J. Cole said, the new album was years in the making.