Why A J. Cole-Kendrick Lamar Collab Album Is A Bad Idea
Three years ago, J.Cole's "A Dollar and a Dream" Tour touched down in Houston where a special guest, Kendrick Lamar, would make an appearance at the infamous Warehouse Live.
J. Cole's "False Prophets" & Everybody Dies" Now On iTunes & Streaming Services
J. Cole has revealed the tracklist for his upcoming album 4 Your Eyez Only.
J. Cole Reveals "4 Your Eyez Only" Album Tracklist
We’re just days away from the release of J. Cole’s highly anticipated “surprise” album 4 Yours Eyez Only, but before it arrives this Friday (Thursday at midnight to be exact), the Dreamville rapper decides to give fans a taste of what’s to come by sharing its official tracklist ahead of time on social media Monday night.
Lil Uzi Vert Slyly Acknowledges J. Cole Diss
J. Cole seriously stirred the pot of hip-hop this week, and one by one, rappers have been responding. In Cole's new track "Everybody Dies," the North Carolina rapper took existential shots at the class of "Lil" rappers. Most assume he meant either Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, or both.
J. Cole & Wale Attend Basketball Game Together Squashing Beef Rumors
Only several hours after dropping "Groundhog Day," Wale's response to J. Cole's second verse on "False Prophets," the D.C. rapper tweeted a video of himself and Jermaine hanging out at a basketball game. The ten second video shows both rappers in good friendly spirits, clearly laughing off any possible rumours of bad blood between them. The video begins with a shot of Wale, who then pans the camera to J. Cole sitting beside him.
Watch J. Cole's "False Prophets" & "Everybody Dies" Videos
J. Cole's Eyez documentary went live on Tidal Friday, featuring two new videos for songs that had the internet talking. The two clips for "False Prophets (Be Like This)" and "Everybody Dies" have now made their way online separate from the doc. You can watch both clips below (via Pitchfork).
Lil Yachty Isn't Fazed By J. Cole's Alleged "Everybody Dies" Diss
Lil Yachty was one of many speculated targets in J. Cole's two new songs "Everybody Dies" and "False Prophets," and he's already being asked about it. Unsurprisingly, he doesn't seem to care all too much about Cole's bars, tough he's not even sure they were intended for him.
Joey Badass Tells J. Cole & Kanye West That He Still Has The Best "Waves" Ever
Rap fans are currently going crazy over J. Cole's new song and video, "False Prophets," which was part of his "Eyez" documentary that premiered on Tidal last night. The song comes with the smooth and clever lyricism that Cole is loved for, but more importantly, it focuses on a rap hero experiencing a fall from grace. The lyrics seem to point to one emcee in particular: Kanye West.
Here's The Story Behind J. Cole's "4 Your Eyez Only" Album Cover Art
Christmas has come early for J Cole fans. His next album 4 Your Eyez Only is slated to arrive on December 9th.
J. Cole Dissed By Heems Of Das Racist Over Kanye Criticism
Not everyone was so happy with the epic day J. Cole has been having. Taking his frustrations to Twitter, Heems of now-defunct Das Racist had harsh words for J. Cole after what he perceived to be an unfair criticism of Kanye West on Jermaine's new track "False Prophets." Here's what Heems had to say: "J Cole coming at Kanye over a recycled Joey Badass beat? He should go back to his wheelhouse: raps about virginity, wet dreams, cumming fast."
Twitter Reacts To J. Cole's "False Prophets" Track About Kanye West
J. Cole is back, and he's stirring the pot.
J. Cole Seems To Diss Kanye West On "False Prophets" Song From "4 Your Eyez Only"
It's Cole time. A new album of his, entitled 4 Your Eyez Only, appeared on iTunes yesterday with a December 9 release date. Then last night, he put out a new Tidal documentary called "Eyez" that proved the veracity of 4 Your Eyez Only, which will be his first project since 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
Watch J. Cole’s New 40-Minute Documentary “Eyez”
Well look what we have here. Just hours after finding out that J. Cole will be releasing a new album on December 9 called 4 Your Eyez Only, the North Carolina rapper decides to release a new documentary via Tidal today called “Eyez.”
5 Features We Want On J. Cole's "4 Your Eyez Only"
With his level of productivity this year, J. Cole could've been nearing retirement for all we knew. As we should've suspected, though, he's been busy prepping his fourth album, 4 Your Eyez Only. Out of nowhere, the album appeared on iTunes today, with a planned release date of Dec. 9. Just like that, much of the hip-hop world is now in a state of pandemonium -- realizing that one of the world's best is about to drop the follow-up to 2014 Forest Hills Drive, which most consider to be his best work.
Twitter Reacts To J. Cole Album News
J. Cole's next album 4 Your Eyez Only was quietly uploaded to iTunes for pre-order on Thursday morning, and it wasn't long before Twitter found out. With the exception of the odd Cole detractor, the reaction was positive -- a triumphant explosion of GIFs and emojis.
J Cole To Release "4 Your Eyez Only" Album Next Week
In an unexpected turn of events, J Cole's next album 4 Your Eyez Only has been made available to pre-order on iTunes with the release date of December 9th, the two-year anniversary of the release of his multi-platinum album 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
Which Rap Song Did You Not Want Your Parents To Catch You Listening To?
Earlier this week, you may have seen a viral Snapchat story of a horrified mother listening to her 8th grader son's Spotify playlist. Songs she listened to included D.R.A.M.'s "Cash Machine," Kanye West's "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1," and J . Cole's "Wet Dreamz" Any rap fan will tell you that these are far from the worst songs for a mother to hear, so today we asked our Facebook and Twitter followers to submit the songs they wouldn't want their parents to catch them bumping (back in the day or at this very moment), and we've received some pretty great results.
10 Essential Vinylz Productions
Much has been made of Drake' partnership with Noah "40" Shebib, but equally important to his success has been the quartet of producers of Boi-1da, Vinylz, Allen Ritter, Frank Dukes that often put their heads together to feed him a nearly endless supply of potential hits.
Black Friday: Where And What To Buy
Love to shop? Excited for Black Friday? Well, throw on your trample-proof vest, and head on down this article to find out where and when you can fulfill all your capitalist desires. Walmart
Hip Hop's Best Couples
"Cause them punks like to hit it and quit it / And I'd rather stay and play" - Sir Mix-a-Lot, "Baby Got Back" ***