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.
Fresh off of dropping his exceptional Too High To Riot, Bas releases the video for the J. Cole assisted “Night Job.”
With the release of the live version of J. Cole’s Forest Hills Drive album, the North Carolina emcee drops a new set of visuals to accompany the song “Love Yourz.”
J. Cole adds his two cents to A Tribe Called Quest’s classic “Can I Kick It?” by giving it some smooth production.
Chance The Rapper, Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment shocked the music industry by releasing their highly anticipated Surf album for the low, low price of FREE on iTunes. Featuring a stellar cast of guests including J. Cole, Busta Rhymes, B.o.B., Erykah Badu, Big Sean and more, Surf is just what the doctor ordered. Listen and head over to iTunes and cop yours here.
02 “Slip Slide” f. B.o.B, BJ the Chicago Kid, Busta Rhymes & Janelle Monáe
03 “Warm Enough” f. J. Cole & Noname Gypsy
04 “Nothing Came to Me”
05 “Wanna Be Cool” f. Jeremih, Big Sean & KYLE
06 “Windows” f. BJ the Chicago Kid & Raury
07 “Caretaker” f. D.R.A.M.
08 “Just Wait”
09 “Familiar” f. Quavo & King Louie
10 “SmthnthtIwnt” f. Saba
11 “Go” f. Joey Purp & Jesse Boykins III
13 “Something Came to Me”
14 “Rememory” f. Erykah Badu
15 “Sunday Candy”
16 “Pass the Vibes”
J. Cole continues to release videos from his #1 selling album 2014 Forest Hills Drive. This time he blesses us with the ode to losing your virginity with some cute little puppies to make this a PG rated subject.
Cozz heads to NYC and gets his big homie J. Cole to join him for the “Knock Tha Hustle” remix from the Cozz & Effect EP.
With America still struggling through race relations, J. Cole’s video for “G.O.M.D.” revisits an even darker area of slavery in the good ol’ United States of America.