Justin Timberlake recruits the top names in hip-hop right now and makes one hell of a remix to his stand out track “TKO”. Apparently J. Cole responds to Kendrick’s “Control” verse on this track too. A$AP Rocky and Pusha T also add their two cents.
Khaled warned us that he’d be coming with some serious heat on this next album. Man was he right. This “Never Surrender” song should be an anthem to all those that are trying to get it and have lost friends on the way. “Hell’s Kitchen” is also a very powerful track, especially after throwing J. Cole on there with Bas. Check them both out below.
“Never Surrender” ft. Akon, Meek Mill, Jadakiss, John Legend, Anthony Hamilton, and Scarface:
“Hell’s Kitchen” ft. J. Cole & Bas:
Just in case you didn’t catch any of the live coverage this weekend, here are some performances from the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Vegas featuring Drake, J. Cole, and Justin Timberlake. Enjoy!
J. Cole killed it this year with his most recent album “Born Sinner”. Here’s the music video for one of the standout tracks featuring TLC, “Crooked Smile”.
One of my favorite rappers in the game was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal today and it’s got to be one of the best interviews I’ve ever seen. J. Cole killed Kanye when it comes to sales (As “Yeezus” finally went gold today) and he feels great about it. They discuss that and a bunch of other very important things when it comes to Cole’s career. Set about an hour aside and watch this, well worth the time.
There we go! J. Cole is doing some serious numbers with his most recent album “Born Sinner”. He has now officially moved 506,000 copies. This is Cole’s 2nd gold plaque.
It’s not very often that we get to see rappers pop up on The View. Well now we have J. Cole hitting the stage with his hit single “Power Trip” ft. Miguel. Here it is…
Big Krit has been a personal favorite of mine for a long time now, and this song in particular is one of his best to date. Today we get the visuals for “Multi Til The Sun Die” and it absolutely does the song justice. This video is incredibly inspiring and shows a behind the scenes look at Big Krit’s journey. It’s shot in black & white which I think is an excellent choice, and features appearances by J.Cole and Bun B. Enjoy!
So much just happened in music. First Jay-Z releases “Dead Presidents III” and now we have a new track from J. Cole and Wale titled “Winter Schemes”. They both go off about their status and being the new legends in this game. Gotta love it.