J. Cole has been making his rounds in various cities as of late and this time he stops at club LIV in beautiful Miami. He performs “Who Dat” of course as well as his verse from Jay-Z’s “A Star Is Born”. After watching the crowds response to his performance, it looks like they really didn’t know who J. Cole was or they just felt like standing around. Is Cole pretty well known down in Miami?
illRoots caught up with J. Cole in Chicago for the Heineken Inspire show at The Ravenswood Event Center. The young and buzzing rapper speaks on the reasoning behind his one-shot video for ‘Who Dat’, capturing a fans emotion through live show, his upcoming album due out later this year and what he hopes listeners will take from it. He also performs ‘Dollar And A Dream’ and ‘Who Dat’.
Good*Fella Radio caught up with J.Cole after his performance @ Rutgersfest. He talks about graduating from St. John’s, playing b-ball (wants to be first rapper in NBDL…dead), who he thinks will win the NBA championship (says Lakers), rumored beef with Drake, how he feels his album will be a ‘classic’, his music & more.
This past Wednesday, J. Ferb opened up for Wale and J. Cole at the University of Maryland. The DMV’s 1st Impressions Studio was on hand to capture everything. I’m not too familiar with J. Ferb, but what do you guys think?
FADER recently interviewed J. Cole while his stop on SXSW, things he needs for the moment and artists he wants to see.
J. Cole covers the upcoming April 2010 issue of The Source which you can pick up from newsstands starting March 16th.
Wiz and Big Sean are nasty on the mic, but in my opinion J. Cole is #1 in the draft and I don’t see him becoming anything like Kwame Brown.
J. Cole reveals the lineup for his debut album and speaks on recording with Pharrell. Plus, will his Roc Nation boss Jay-Z appear on the album?