J. Cole recently performed his latest single, “Crooked Smile”, with Jennifer Hudson at the 2013 Do Something! Awards but for his segment on Conan, he opted to hit the stage alone. Dressed in a simple white shirt and worn cap, Hip-Hop’s golden boy rapped with the backing of a live band.
The 2013 Do Something! Awards was hosted at the Avalon in Hollywood since July 30 but footage from the event has only just been released. Among the performers at the event were J. Cole and Jennifer Hudson, both of whom teamed for a rendition of the former’s latest single, “Crooked Smile”.
Drake hosted the 4th annual OVO Fest in Toronto last evening, and brought out a range of special guests to give his fans a night that they would never forget. TLC, J. Cole, Miguel, Big Sean and Kanye West were all on hand to support the top-selling rapper as he performed in his glowing white […]
J. Cole’s bank account is certainly brimming with revenue from back to back hit albums but there is always room for more. So, to celebrate the success of his Born Sinner LP, the rapper has announced the list of dates for his latest venture, the What Dreams May Come Tour, which features Wale.
Ciara’s fans have resoundingly told her “I’m out.” Proving the previously reported sales predictions as accurate, the singer’s new self-titled album has tumbled out down the US charts and barely scraped a spot in the top 20 of the Billboard 200. Indeed, it’s a sad day to be a member of the C-Squad.
The fans of The View are accustomed to the sounds of Alicia Keys and Jewel but on this morning’s episode, they were introduced to J. Cole. Dressed in a cap and simple white shirt, the rapper performed a rendition of “Power Trip” as he expanded his audience to include a new market.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Ciara’s career back together again. After scoring a default ranking in the top 3 of the Billboard 200 this week, the unfortunate singer’s self-titled album is now projected to fall out of the chart’s top 10. In fact, the record won’t even notch a […]
The numbers are in and the usual suspects have once again found themselves in the same position on the US charts as they did in the past. Indeed, scoring yet another monster debut this week was Jay-Z with his Magna Carta Holy Grail while Ciara started incredibly slow with her new self-titled set.
J. Cole has proven that a little humility goes a long away. After just three weeks, the rapper’s sophomore set, Born Sinner, has quickly outsold the egotistical Kanye West’s Yeezus and joined an exclusive list of albums that hold a special place in the history of the US charts.
Elijah Blake’s Songs of Melody will hit stores later this year, and although the single “X.O.X.” is slowly gaining momentum on radio, he has released another new song for good measure. “Vendetta” features the singer-songwriter’s Roc Nation brother J. Cole and has a faster tempo than his previous offerings.