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.
J. Cole hits The Combat Jack Show and we get some enlightening conversation from the author of the remarkable 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
J. Cole details the inspiration behind ’2014 Forest Hills Drive’, his battle with expectations, wanting to sign Kendrick Lamar when they first met and his thoughts regarding the shots-ridden “Control” verse. Cole also talks the hip hop culture shift that inspired “Fire Squad”, consciously staying out of Drake’s lane while creating his own, what happened that eventful night with Diddy, visiting Ferguson, his new outlook on life and how he became a voice of his generation.
Pretty much out of nowhere, J. Cole announces a new full length album titled 2014 Forest Hills Drive. The album, whose title is actually the address of Cole’s new home down in Fayetteville, North Carolina, drops on December 9th and was announced with a seven minute video that finds J. Cole living the common man’s life back in North Carolina.