In case you missed the memo, J. Cole really love his fans. Following the release of his most recent free offering, “Cole Summer”, the rapper has issued his Truly Yours 2 EP as a yet another gift to his supporters. The set features appearances by Young Jeezy, 2 Chainz and Bas, and serves as a [...]
“This right here is not a preview of what the album gon’ bring you” – J. Cole. Further increasing his fans’ excitement for his upcoming sophomore album, Born Sinner, the true star of Roc Nation has released a new song called “Cole Summer” but maintains that it does not reflect the direction of his LP.
J. Cole released the shocking video for his new single, “Power Trip (Ft. Miguel)”. To keep the momentum going for the record, the rapper paid a visit to BET’s 106 & Park to debut the clip, explain its gloomy concept behind the visual and his upcoming Born Sinner album, due on June 25th.
J. Cole keeps the ball rolling full speed ahead with the release of his new dramatic and intriguing video for “Power Trip”. Featuring Miguel, the song is the lead single from Cole’s upcoming Born Sinner sophomore album, which is set to hit stores on June 25th.
Fans of real Hip-Hop have been waiting for months for J. Cole to announce the release date of his Born Sinner sophomore album so imagine their excitement when her finally answered their prayers. After a previous delay, the record will now arrive in late June.
It’s Valentine’s Day and J. Cole plans to be up all night, singing love songs. At least, that’s the message in his new single, “Power Trip”, which features his good friend and “All I Want is You” collaborator, Miguel. Ladies and daydreaming gays, this one is going to make you smile.
J. Cole fans were saddened when the news broke that the rapper delayed his sophomore album, Born Sinner, until later this year. However, as such a generous artist, Cole has decided to release an EP entitled Truly Yours too keep his them content until the LP is ready to hit the shelves
Don’t you just hate it when artists are dedicated to their craft and refuse to settle for mediocrity? Really, why can’t everybody just release subpar material like Ciara and Nicki Minaj? That’s the reason why people are currently upset with J. Cole for changing the date of his Born Sinner album’s debut.