J. Cole delivered spot on visuals for each of his Born Sinner singles, and today, the Roc Nation MC continues the streak with “She Knows,” featuring Amber Coffman. Again, the Dreamville CEO proved that he doesn’t need to be the focal point of the story for it to be told effectively.
J. Cole created a song with major legs in Born Sinner‘s “Crooked Smile.” Last night, the Roc Nation wordsmith continued to push the record with a live performance on Late Show with David Letterman.
J. Cole had a place in the fold of the iHeart Radio Fest in Las Vegas. At a show that also donned performances by Elton John, Queen, .fun, and more, the Roc Nation held no punches with surprise appearances by TLC and Miguel.
While aiding with the promotion of Splinter Cell: Backlist, J. Cole sat with Noisey to discuss a bevy of topics. Care to hear how it felt to outsell Kanye West or his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse? He verbalized all of that and then some.
As promised, J. Cole returns with his long awaited visual for “Crooked Smile,” a Born Sinner standout featuring TLC. But this may not be what you expected.
J. Cole‘s “Crooked Smile” emerged as an early fan favorite and the most fitting follow-up single to “Power Trip” from his Born Sinner album. But after photos from a video shoot for the track surfaced weeks ago, nothing has been seen since. In a recent interview with Miss Info’s Mikey Fresh at an event for UBISOFT’s Splinter […]
J. Cole can comfortably say that he released one of the best records of 2013. Born Sinner has since been certified gold, but there’s still more work for the Roc Nation MC to do. He recently sat with Lee Hawkins of The Wall Street Journal to discuss a range of topics.
J. Cole got some free publicity yesterday thanks to his buddy Kendrick Lamar. The Roc Nation rapper still has an album to promote and last night he stopped by Conan to perform “Crooked Smile.”
J. Cole is nowhere near done riding the wave of his gold sophomore effort, Born Sinner. Following the success of the “Dollar and a Dream” shows, the Dreamville lyricist will embark on the “What Dreams May Come” tour with his partner in rhyme Wale.