Riding the high of the release of his album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole stopped to sit down with Angie Martinez. In a 45-mintue interview Cole speaks on the album, his recent performance on Letterman, the situation in Ferguson and around the country, the reference to Eminem and Macklemore on the album and more.
J. Cole’s new album 2014 Forest Hills Drive is out now and is expected to sell 200-250K copies in the first week. Now after giving us a visual for the intro track we now get another video this time for what is “Apparently” the projects first single.
Get a look at the video below and support Cole by picking up a copy of the album, it doesn’t disappoint.
J. Cole’s has everyone getting excited for his upcoming album 2014 Forest Hills Drive dropping December 9th. To help build even more excitement Jermaine lets go of a visual for the opening “Intro” track.
Get a look at it below and pre-order the album on iTunes.
J. Cole recently announced plans to release a new album titled 2014 Forest Hills Drive on December 9th. With project now being available for pre-order, we get to see the final tracklist that includes no outside features. Get a look at the full list below and prepare to grab the project on the 9th.
J. Cole officially announces that he will be releasing a new album before the year is over. The project will be titled 2014 Forest Hills Drive and is scheduled to drop on December 9th. Get a look at the artwork for the forthcoming project above and see a video announcement below.
J. Cole pays tribute to the late Michael Brown, the 18-year old slain in Ferguson, Missouri, by releasing this new track “Be Free.” Take a listen to the heartfelt song after the jump and read a little message Cole released as well right below.
Rest in Peace to Michael Brown and to every young black man murdered in America, whether by the hands of white or black. I pray that one day the world will be filled with peace and rid of injustice. Only then will we all Be Free – Cole
In celebration of the five year anniversary of his project The Warm Up, J. Cole sat down with Sway for a MTV RapFix special. The North Carolina native debuted the music video for the fan favorite track “Lights Please” from not only the 2009 project but also his debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story. Also in celebration of the anniversary Cole penned a letter and announced a second edition of his “Dollar & A Dream” tour with dates. Both can be seen after the jump along with the music video.
Bas is celebrating the release of his new album, Last Winter, and to top it off he gives us a visual for “My Nigga Just Made Bail” that features J. Cole.
Watch the video from the Dreamville members after the jump.
To celebrate the 5th anniversary of his mixtape The Warm Up this June, J. Cole will be hitting the road for a second annual “Dollar & A Dream Tour”. No exact dates have been announced but Cole posted this flyer on his social media and mentioned we could expect it this summer. Hopefully the shows will only be $1 again.
J. Cole an the rest of Dreamville release the first webisode of their Revenge Of The Dreamers vlog series that gives us a behind-the-scenes look during the ‘What Dreams May Come True’ tour.
Watch the clip down below.