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.
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 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 delivered a worthy follow-up single to “Power Trip” with his inspirational cut “Crooked Smile,” featuring TLC. To further propel the track, which is currently climbing the charts, the Roc Nation MC headed to Brooklyn this past weekend to shoot an accompanying visual for his Born Sinner standout.
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.