Another installment to the “Cole Summer” series, but the bigger thing in mind is the Cole World: The Sideline Story coming out this September.
No official word yet if this will be on J. Cole’s new album, Cole World: The Sideline Story. But it’s a hot track! The beat selection is on point in this one and the lyrics follow. “I love it when you give me head, I hate it when you give me headaches.” Make sure September 27th is marked on your calendars.
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Another installment of the Cole Summer visual blog by none other than J. Cole. Him and his friends visit the Krispy Kreme donut restaurant, which many should do if you never heard of this place, and ordered one dozen case of donuts. Cole world, no napkins.
As if you already thought we would never actually get a debut album from J. Cole, he recently revealed to Rap Up that he is gearing to drop a mixtape before letting loose his legitimate album. The NC emcee says he simply has too much music that he wants to let go of, and of course he does. He hasn’t even dropped anything but mixtapes yet. Maybe I’m a bit salty in delayed anticipation, but hopefully we get it sooner rather than later.
While in preparation of his debut album, Cole sits down with two media outlets to discuss topics from his latest single to production, hit the jump for the second video.
SoulCultureTV caught up with J. Cole on his return to the London’s Wireless Festival this weekend, having torn down the Pepsi Max stage for his second year running, to discuss the theory behind the title of his debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story [out on September 27], his fans’ mixed reactions to the project’s lead single Work Out as the follow up to Who Dat, and his understanding of the need to “play the game to change the game” with radio-friendly tracks without compromising the quality of his finished album; swearing, “I’m not gonna have an album full of pop records… I would quit before I did that.”
The only word we really have surrounding the collaborative track between Wale and J. Cole is Wale’s consistent excitement surrounding, posted on Twitter. The two up-and-comers shot the video out in California recently, and fitting to the title, Bad Girls Club reality TV star, Natalie Nunn is said to have played the lead. Let’s hope this one lives up to the self-promoted hype. Hit the jump to view a couple additional shots.
Attempting to gain a full head of steam as the release of his much anticipated album Cole World: The Sideline Story is nearing, J. Cole heads to Twitter in unveiling what appears to be a summer-long set of vlogs. Allowing fans into his day-to-day life, check the initial episode and get ready for a Cole Summer.
With intense scrutiny surrounding North Carolina emcee J. Cole and his every release these days, the Jigga-ordained spitter released, just today, his long-awaited debut album title and coinciding release date. Cole World: The Sideline Story is set to drop September 27 as the name fits perfectly seeing as Cole was a long-time hoopster himself. Of course, we can also note the correlation between his time waiting for the spotlight in this hip-hop game we’re all so fond of. Hate him or love him — this album will definitely bring a fair amount of hype. Cole world.