Wale and Cole shoots a vid and have a lil eye candy. This track didn’t make the album but more buzz to keep himself relevant.
I think we all know I’m back and forth with J.Cole and this may be a late entry but,“Can’t Get Enough”, deserves the attention. He wins with “Can’t Get Enough” & “Workout” but he took an L today with the leak. I won’t provide the link to download the album then tell you to go buy it I’ll just tell you to go buy it. Help somebody get closer to their dreams.
Cole World – 9.27.11
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Only one month left… #ColeWorld
02. Dollar and a Dream III
03. Can’t Get Enough Feat. Trey Songz (prod. by Brian Kid)
04. Lights Please
06. Sideline Story
07. Mr. Nice Watch Feat. Jay-Z
08. Cole World
09. In The Morning Feat. Drake (prod. L & X Music)
10. Lost Ones
11. Nobody’s Perfect Feat. Missy Elliot
12. Never Told (prod. by No I.D.)
13. Rise and Shine
14. God’s Gift
16. Cheer Up
1. Nothing Lasts Forever
2. Work Out
3. Daddy’s Little Girl
J.Cole drops off ‘Work Out’ at BET earlier and Vevo unleashes it upon the internets–officially. This isn’t the first single from ‘Cole World: A Sideline Story’ but it’s the one that’s supposed to work. l like this record. I don’t think it made the transition to radio like they hoped but I’ve heard it. Maybe we’ll get more spins as the CD’s release date nears.
Shout out to J.Cole for the attractive dark skinned woman.
‘Cole World:A Sideline Story’ – 9.27.11
Posted by Hymn | Filed under Music
While others right now are Watching The Throne J.Cole is trying to over throw it. Enjoy the three tracks.
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J.Cole releases ‘Any Given Sunday’ #1, a five track teaser for his up coming album ‘Cole World: A Sideline Story’. The title indicates that we can look forward to tracks from Cole on random Sundays. For the people that think J.Cole is the ying to Drake’s yang, the timing–right off the heels of “Headlines”–is perfect.
Cole World: A Sideline Story – 9.27.11
Maybach Music’s very own, Wale, teams up with J.Cole and releases his first single, “Bad Girls Club”, from his sophomore effort AMBITION. J.Cole produced this. I don’t actually know yet if I like this track which means I’ll either ignore it or like it from familiarity. I can’t imagine this being a summer anthem though.
Update: My little brother LOVES this song. He just played it 5 times back to back. Maybe they have something here.
Inspired by: “Time is money so I went and bought a Rolex”
Back in the day Rolex watches were a bit of a luxury. In the 80′s Rolex watches were a status symbol among drug dealers, rappers and athletes, which in turn set Rolex as a status symbol among the black community. I don’t know exactly when the black community turned away from Rolex or why but it seems like we’ve come back. Big Sean, J.Cole and most notably Wiz Khalifa have been seen sporting Rolex watches recently which means soon you will see a plethora of counterfeits on your local high school and college campuses. Here is a look inside watching making; see what sets Rolex apart. You must want to know why you’re going to spend $18,000 on a presidential watch, don’t you?
In other news check out what I have in store for Wednesday’s!
J.Cole releases his first Vlog from on tour. This is of course just a prelude to the album, Cole World, coming in September. I’m not one for posting interviews or Vlog’s but this tied into my defense of Cole over the weekend. I tried to told ya they had time! I tried to told ya!
I watched the whole Jumpoff.tv debate and I agree with some of the points they made but I also think they were are looking at the J.Cole situation from the wrong angle. I think the whole point of the “Work Out” record was to show Simba (that’s J.Cole) can make pop records that can float on billboards. You all agreed that if it was a Soulja Boy track you’d have been impressed. The target audience doesn’t know J.Cole’s greatness so the LeBron factor doesn’t really have any bearing on what RocNation was trying to accomplish with that record. I do agree that “Work Out” should have been put out different though. If RocNation is trying something different then they can’t use the same marketing plan that has been working for them. I think the tour with Rihanna and his Adidas spot was an effort to reach outside of the internet rap fan.