J. Cole is doing something amazing! He knows first hand how hard it was to be raised by a single mother, so he’s doing something to the life of other single mom’s easier!
ESPN’s annual music issue is here, pairing musicians together with athletes who might not have otherwise bumped elbows.
To celebrate the release of his new album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole hit the stage at the Late Show with David Letterman to perform his song “Be Free.”
J. Cole’s new video is a trip back home.
The rapper joined protesters in the streets of New York last night.
J. Cole’s song “Fire Squad,” a cut off his upcoming Forest Hills Drive, finds the North Carolina rapper playing with, well, fire.
From the looks of it, there will be no special guests on the 13-track release.
The man himself is out there pulling an unexpected social media move.
The record is out Dec. 9 and will not be preceded by any singles.
Jessie Ware is all about Tough Love with her knew album, which is out now, but for her latest remix with J. Cole she’s softening up a little.
J. Cole’s new track, “Be Free” pays tribute to Michael Brown, the unarmed teen who was shot over the weekend, and also seems to be a response to Obama’s speech urging for peace in Ferguson, Mo.
Drake managed to wrangle up a few of his musician friends — 10 to be exact — for the 40-song set. He even got his dear ol’ mom to come out and make an appearance.
“I’ve been working with Wyclef and did a little work with J. Cole,” Chance said, “and obviously James Blake. Everyone. Boys Noize, Jessie Ware.”
For this version, Alex Turner brings out the acoustic guitar for a softer and more subtle take on the psychedelic single.
How do you get a hip-hop video that looks nothing at all like most hip-hop videos? Hire a guy who cut his teeth directing for indie acts.