Although Roc Nation artist J. Cole featured crooner Miguel on his new “Power Trip” single, the North Carolina native flexed his vocal chords a bit for the track as well. Cole speaks on his new love of singing, and talks up competing with “white people” at the Grammy Awards in a recent radio interview.
Miguel is currently traveling the country with Alicia Keys on the Set The World On Fire tour, which reached its Brooklyn stop last night. Attendees at the Barclays Center were in for a treat, as the singer brought out J. Cole to perform “Power Trip” live for the very first time.
Fresh off a speaking engagement at the prestigious Harvard University, J. Cole spoke with Jenny Boom Boom about the process of his upcoming album, Born Sinner.
J. Cole was up for a few American Music Awards last night, but left empty handed. Before the show, he chopped it up with Billboard to talk about the direction of his new album, Born Sinner.
J. Cole broke his notorious silence last night as he took to UStream to announce the album title and release date of his collow up to the critically acclaimed Cole World: The Sideline Story.