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The Real is back. J. Cole delivers "Middle Child," his first official single since 2013. After announcing the song earlier in the week, the North Carolina rapper drops the highly-anticipated track. Over the T-Minus production, Cole-who is not a middle child
If it wasn't enough that J. Cole went gold with 4 Your Eyez Only, he's celebrating with fans with new music. Cole World dropped a new record titled "High For Hours" tonight, speaking on that real stuff we're all going through and can only think of when you're
week, Ty Dolla $ign links up with J. Cole in the companion video for "Purple Emoji." The clip, shot in Brooklyn, is a diverse celebration of love and stars couples of different ages, races, and sexual orientations. Ty and Cole take a backseat to their co-stars
mate and Rapper, J Cole. Tiwa Savage who satisfied the appetite of the audience with her performances at Benjamin Franklin Parkway yesterday at the 2017 Budweiser Made in America Festival where J Cole also performed. Tiwa Savage and J Cole are both under Roc
21 Savage and J. Cole team up in the highly-anticipated video for their collaboration "a lot." The Aisultan Seitov-directed clip opens with a dapper Savage surrounded by his well-dressed family at their lavish estate. In between feasting on a meal and sipping
JT surprises us with the official remix to his his "TKO" featuring none other than J. Cole, ASAP Rocky and Pusha T. J. Cole kicks off the track with his first response to Kendrickâ€s Control verse. However they all went in.
The real is back. J. Cole returns with the highly-anticipated video for "Middle Child." In the clip, directed by rapper King Mez, the Dreamville boss stands in front of an audience on a red carpet at an awards show before the backdrop changes to dead bodies
Taken from Mike WiLL Made-It's star-studded Creed II soundtrack, Ari Lennox and J. Cole give their "Shea Butter Baby" collaboration a sensual video treatment. Featuring a cameo from the Dreamville boss, the clip finds Ms. Lennox feeling a little neglected
Two months after dropping the song, Young Thug links up with J. Cole and Travis Scott in the deadly video for his single "The London." In the dark clip, the rappers run their own hotel operation, but this is no Four Seasons. While they count their money, scantily-clad
[Intro] You good, T-Minus? [Refrain] Niggas been countin' me out I'm countin' my bullets, I'm loadin' my clips I'm writin' down names, I'm makin' a list I'm checkin' it twice and I'm gettin' 'em hit The real ones been dyin', the fake ones is lit The game is