The offending lyric generated a petition from the Anti-Bullying League asking for an apology and for the line to be removed from the song.
For the second straight week, rap not only tops the U.S. album charts, but also makes a hat-trick of the top three spots, continuing a solid few weeks for the genre after a quiet start.
In the battle of ‘Yeezus’ versus ‘Born Sinner’, ‘Yeezus’ has emerged the winner.
J. Cole addressed his eager and ecstatic audience at New York City’s Irving Plaza last night (June 19) with mild, playful caution: “If you came to hear the hits, this is not your night.”
The rapper sat down to provide the breakdown behind his self-produced second LP and give insight on the inspiration behind a few of his favorite songs.
In this week’s episode of REWIND, J. Cole battles Kanye West for release week dominance. Both are set to drop their new albums, Born Sinner and Yeezus, next week.
“I am going back to school,” he said. “I tried to go last year, but I didn’t have the time. I am just looking for the right time.”
50 Cent and Kendrick Lamar are about to become “sinners,” as they lend a hand on J. Cole’s forthcoming sophomore album, due out June 18 on Roc Nation.
J. Cole has officially announced the release date for his Born Sinner album, June 18th, and he is officially set for a showdown with some of the biggest names in the music industry. Born Sinner […]
Yesterday I told you J. Cole would be releasing his brand new single today! The song is called “Power Trip” and features GRAMMY winner Miguel on the hook. The song is HOT! J. Cole is […]