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Cole World heating up!
Just a month ago J. Cole fans were surprised with the drop of the Dreamville honcho’s single “Snow On Tha Bluff”. With the track addressing racism, activism, social media, police brutality, and much more, it was his slight mention of Noname, which the rapper received much backlash. Cole did take to his Twitter account to clear up any misconceptions but he still held on to his energy behind the record’s content.
Morning. I stand behind every word of the song that dropped last night.
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) June 17, 2020
Now while there hasn’t been much music being released from the North Carolina native besides “Snow On Tha Bluff”, there is some talks that there is already a full length album from J. Cole waiting to drop. Earthling member, and Dreamville signee Olu, revealed the details about the cole project during an Instagram live session.
Cole album is coming. It’s in [U.S.] Customs [and Border Protection] right now. Cole album gotta get through [U.S.] Customs [and Border Protection] ’cause you know, corona.
Old told viewers that Cole’s album has been held up in U.S. Customs and Border Protection due to the the effects of the corona virus pandemic. Old didn’t drop anymore details about the project, so we don’t know if the album has been titled or when the actual release date will be, but the rapper did share that plenty of new music is on the way from Spillage Village and new records from EarthGang as well.
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