It’s one thing to talk about the Feds, or to depict it in a video. It’s another level entirely to show actual footage of a SWAT Team raid on your studio. That’s exactly what J. Cole did in his new video for “Neighbors,” a standout cut from his 4 Your Eyez Only album. Watch the . . .
J. Cole‘s 4 Your Eyez Only documentary was originally only available on HBO, but it’s out on YouTube now for your viewing pleasure. The documentary features Jermaine and company traveling through a number of different cities. It’s directed by Cole and Scott Lazer. J. Cole told The New York Times: “I felt like it would . . .
“What good is taking over when we know what you gon’ do? The only real revolution happens right inside of you.” J. Cole wasn’t playing around last night with the release of “High For Hours.” This is one of his most politically charged tracks, as he takes America’s hypocrisy to task with a combination of . . .
Stream J. Cole’s 4 Your Eyez Only LP December 1st was an eventful day as we got news of J. Cole’s 4 Your Eyez Only becoming available for pre-order. He trended at #1 on Twitter for an extended period of time and fans worldwide were talking all things Cole. The next day we were treated to the Eyez . . .
“I’m heavily flawed, but far from a false prophet.” Wale was among those whose names came up in discussion after J. Cole dropped bombs on the world with “False Prophets.” He has some very direct words for Cole on his latest drop, “Groundhog’s Day.” Wale both goes at Cole and acknowledges that there is some . . .
After the announcement that J. Cole‘s fourth studio album entitled 4 Your Eyes Only is set to be released on December 9th, Cole released a documentary on Tidal showing his creative processes. In the doc are two music videos: One for “False Prophets” and one for “Everybody Gotta Die”. In “False Prophets”, we hear J. . . .
Watch J. Cole’s 40 minute ‘Eyez’ documentary Earlier this year, J. Cole shared his Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming documentary with HBO. It was more than just concert footage. It was the story behind the music. Related: J. Cole releases “False Prophets” & “Everybody Gotta Die” videos After the announcement of the new 4 Your Eyez Only album on the . . .
J. Cole is planning to make his return with the release of a new album titled 4 Your Eyez Only. The new project consists of 10 songs, but the official tracklist has not been released, yet. We expect this Roc Nation/Dreamville release to arrive on December 9th. Related: J. Cole Releases ‘Forest Hills Drive: Live’ LP Stay . . .
“Tables do turn and labels do burn, the second they ask you to sell your soul.” It’s always interesting to hear backstories behind certain tracks, and Spillage Village‘s “Can’t Call It” is a prime example. We heard this track originally as a J. Cole-centric effort, under the name of “Jermaine’s Interlude.” As a standout from . . .
With DJ Khaled’s Major Key project releasing tomorrow, he saw fit to release “Jermaine’s Interlude” with J. Cole and EarthGang. It’s a great time to be DJ Khaled. After what ended up being one of the best social media album campaigns in recent memory, Major Key is releasing tomorrow. To continue the forward momentum, he . . .
Bas keeps the Too High To Riot wave going with a video for “Night Job” ft. J. Cole. It’s a dark. looming visual that has the pair sounding off on in the name of Dreamville. Read our Too High To Riot review here and watch the “Night Job” video below.
Trae Tha Truth has been making impactful music in the state of Texas, so it’s good to see him gain a bigger audience with the introspective “Children Of Men,” which features guest appearances from J. Cole and Ink. The newly released video is strictly black and white, and adds more emotional context to the weighty story . . .
Legendary snowboarder Shaun White is bringing AIR + STYLE back to Los Angeles on February 20-21 for its second year. This massive 2-day event at the The Coliseum in Expo Park (located next to USC) features a 16-story high snowboard ramp where some of the world’s best snowboarders will compete. Don’t be fooled, this is no . . .
J. Cole just dropped his Forest Hills Drive: Live LP, and he brings today to a close with a video full of concert footage and behind the scenes b roll. It’s a fitting release, as Cole celebrated his 31st birthday today. “Love Yourz” is a mellow, reflective cut that finds Cole in a familiar space as he muses . . .
J. Cole connectes with HBO to release his Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming documentary to start 2016, and now he lets fans experience the power of that concert in audio form with the release of the Forest Hills Drie: Live LP. The prokect includes tracks from FHD and a few old favorites. Stream below, and purchase . . .