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Announced through his official Twitter page, J Cole has given fans a surprise for the end of 2010 by saying his new mixtape “Friday Night Lights” will be released November 12th. Presented through www.dreamvillain.net, J Cole suggests Friday Night Lights will be all new music, however it’s unsure whether the mixtape will be available as a free download for fans. You can view the artwork for J Cole – Friday Night Lights mixtape below.
Category: Upcoming Releases
Anything from Invy Da Truth needs to be blogged – and his newest unofficial remix with J Cole is no different. The track is titled “Blow Up” and J Cole features on the hook, along with the first and third verse. Invy Da Truth delivers his on the second, and “Blow Up” will be featured on the upcoming project “Industry Beast”. Please download Invy Da Truth’s previous mixtape “Voltron” from the official bandcamp page (link below). You can listen to Invy Da Truth x J Cole – Blow Up on the player below.
UPDATE – The Hip Hop world is on edge waiting for the brand new mixtape from J Cole called “Villematic”. Taken from the classic Nas albums “Illmatic” and “Stillmatic” J Cole has released a sample track (also titled Villematic) to kick the buzz for the campaign. I’ve now updated with the mp3 and the download link which you’re more than welcome to share. You can view the J Cole – Villematic mixtape cover below, along with the download link for the mp3.
Good*Fella Radio have been quiet in the last month or so on their Hip-Hop series front, however the Q_es is back and this time with a fantastic interview with artist of the year J Cole. Good*Fella Radio caught up with J Cole after his performance at Rutgersfest, and he speaks about graduating from St Johns, and playing basketball. J Cole also addresses the rumoured “beef” with Drake, and his predictions on the NBA championships (he’s a lakers fan). You can watch the Good*Fella Radio interview with J Cole below.
Beyond Race Magazine is an internationally distributed music, entertainment and culture publication. They cover the hottest of artists, and the time has come to feature the upcoming underground rapper J Cole. The video provided is a look at the photoshoot for the Beyond Race Magazine‘s upcoming issue. The shoot took place at the Rocawear headquarters, and outside New York’s Times Square. This will be J Cole‘s first national cover story. You can watch the video for the J Cole Magazine Cover with Beyond Race Magazine on the player below.