born sinner

J. Cole reached a new lyrical plateau on his sophomore effort Born Sinner. Perhaps no track reflects this like the highly discussed “Let Nas Down.” In a recent interview with BET, Cole revealed that the Queens native had an opportunity to hear the song prior to the album’s release.

Having already streamed Born Sinner to counter it leaking, J. Cole whets appetites for the official release with a bonus cut from called “New York Times.”

Last night, J. Cole held a listening session in New York City for his sophomore album, Born Sinner. Unfortunately, someone took advantage of Cole’s eagerness to present his work and leaked the album online. Rather than rage against the machine, the Roc Nation rapper has made the album available via a full stream.

Promotional efforts landed J. Cole in New York City for much of the week, and while a unique listening session for Born Sinner garnered the most attention, he performed an intimate show at the iHeartRadio theater, too. Before he took the stage, Hip-Hop Wired sat down with the Roc Nation MC to discuss a few interesting points […]

J. Cole held a private listening session for his new Born Sinner album in NYC last night (June 6). Before beginning the unique listening experience, the rapper born Jermaine Coleman said that he had to tell the story behind track no. 15, “Let Nas Down.”

J. Cole will provide fans with an one-time opportunity to hear Born Sinner before it releases June 18. Today, June 6 at 8PM EST/7PM CT/5PM PST, the Roc Nation will coordinate a listening session for his highly anticipated sophomore LP across seven cities.

With Born Sinner just two weeks shy of releasing, fans still know very little about J. Cole’s highly anticipated sophomore LP. It’s been difficult to differentiate between the fact and fiction in the news, but today, we receive a bit of truth with the project’s official tracklist.

Last evening, J. Cole took the stage in front of a small, intimate crowd at iHeartRadio theater in NYC. Attendees were in for a treat, because it would mark the first time the Roc Nation MC would perform his TLC-assisted single “Crooked Smile.”

With Born Sinner set to release in a few weeks, J. Cole liberates a monstrous collaboration with TLC called “Crooked Smile.” This is one of the highly-anticipated tracks on Roc Nation artist’s sophomore effort, Born Sinner, which will don limited features. In fact, the “Power Trip” artist said that there are no rapper appearances on the project.

J. Cole has a treat for his die-hard fans. With just weeks to go before his sophomore effort Born Sinner releases, the Roc Nation MC announces that he will embark on the “Dollar & A Dream” tour.

With Born Sinner set to hit stores in about three weeks, J. Cole treats fans to a new track from the album called “Ni**az Know.”

With Born Sinner just weeks away from releasing, J. Cole sat down with Fuse TV to discuss the writing process for his sophomore LP.