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J. Cole – “I’m A Fool” [LISTEN/DOWNLOAD]

Now here’s an unorthodox way to get your music to the masses. J. Cole previewed “I’m A Fool” back in late August at Rock The Bells. After a break from Twitter (note: More of you rappers should really consider this), the Roc Nation MC was back on the Internets tonight. A fan asked when the aforementioned track would drop, and Cole emailed @SultanofSwatt the song, who in turned shared “I’m A Fool.” Talk about a special delivery.

“I’m a fool, hundred thou[sand] to go to school, so much debt me and my momma damn near drowning in the pool,” spits Cole. “The first to go to college, they say knowledge is the tool/But these hoes on campus make a young ni–a drool.”

Many can relate. Cole graduated, though. Listen to and download “I’m A Fool” after the break.

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Download: J. Cole – “I’m A Fool”


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  • Cole World No Blanket Son !!!

    • Remington Steele

      Take yo’ dumb a$$ back to school asap!

  • Remington Steele

    Who ever is writing these blogs should strongly consider going back to school and re-take the following classes, english, language arts, writing and reading. It’s a damn shame that these so-called college graduates can’t put a simple sentence together that makes since. I don’t know how these dummies on this website (and the other one) ever made it through any level of school and actually succeeded.