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It’s been a full year since J. Cole dropped his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story. To celebrate that, Cole along with Diplo and Major Lazer drop this new record, “Get Free ColeWorld.”A little bit of a different sound from the Carolina native, but the bars are still as stellar as ever. On this record, he speaks on lying politicians, producing his records on his albums, and the process of making a mainstream single in order to get you to listen to the entire album. The RocNation product goes a little left field here, but it is still a pretty dope effort.  The song, “Get Free Cole World” is a remix of Major Lazer and Amber Coffman’s “Get Free” and features an outro about keeping it real from Tupac Shakur. Check out the new record below.


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