Jay Rock has released a stellar piece of work with his Redemption album and now drops the video for one of the crown jewels from the album. “OSOM” features J. Cole and the two emcees battle paranoia with the set of visuals.
DJ Premier gets a hold of J. Cole’s message to the new generation of rappers and freaks it with a funky remix. Check out the DJ Premier remix of J. Cole’s “1985” now.
With a little assistance from some beautiful women and J. Cole, Miguel drops the video for the Salaam Remi produced “Come Through & Chill.”
It’s only right that J. Cole got Kevin Hart to be in the video for “Kevin’s Heart” from his recently released KOD album. The Cole directed video is all about what celebrity life is really like.
J. Cole shook up the internet with the release of his 5th studio album KOD and now the North Carolina emcee follows the release up with a video for “ATM.” The video finds Cole and others on the paper chase where the quest for money can lead to your end.
Shortly after dropping the song, Royce and J. Cole serve up the visuals for “Boblo Boat.” Both emcees visual recount the narratives dropped on the stellar song from Royce’s forthcoming Book of Ryan album.
May 4th is the date that Royce 5’9″ will unveil his Book of Ryan album to the world. It’s a little over a month away but feels like forever. To hold us over, we get a hit of Nickel and J. Cole trading verses on “Boblo Boat.”
The rapper formally known as Young Jeezy brings together hip hop’s finest as Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole join him to lament about the “American Dream” from Jeezy’s album Pressure.
Although he just dropped his album 4 Your Eyez Only back in December, J. Cole continues to churn out music. “High For Hours” is a politically charged ramble about the hypocrisy of America that coincidentally drops days before Donald Trump takes office as the next POTUS.
J. Cole drops the video for “False Prophets” from his forthcoming album 4 Your Eyez Only dropping on December 9th. Is the first verse aimed at Kanye West? Although he doesn’t say his name, Cole doesn’t make it difficult to connect the dots.