J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive was preceded by releases from Dreamville newcomers Bas (Last Winter) and Cozz (Cozz & Effect), culminating a major year for the label. Lost in the fray was Omen, an early Dreamville recruit, who waves the Dreamville flag on his long-awaited project Elephant Eyes.
Dreamville rapper revisits his 2014 project Last Winter in a new visual for “Fiji Water In My Iron.”
J. Cole now has a visual to show for “Wet Dreamz,” which appeared on last year’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
Traversing the rap game has been an uphill battle, albeit a well documented one, for J. Cole. But his hard work continues to pay off tenfold as his latest album 2014 Forest Hills Drive becomes certified platinum.
Representing South Central Los Angeles, newcomer Cozz makes his way to the East Coast in the gritty visual for “Knock Tha Hustle (Remix),” featuring J. Cole.
PBS aired a conversation between Tavis Smiley and J. Cole on Tuesday night (March 17).
Drake is bringing OVO Fest to his native Toronto for a sixth consecutive year, but this year will be the biggest show yet.
Here’s the best case scenario of a joke becoming a reality. J. Cole trolled listeners with his 2014 Forest Hills Drive closer “Note to Self,” in which he tells a fraudulent story about a conversation he had with Dale Earnhardt Jr.; now the rapper and NASCAR driver cover ESPN Magazine’s 2015 music issue.
Moving along, Hip-Hop Wired gifts readers with some Christmas Day joy via Wired 25: The 25 Best Albums Of 2014.
On Wednesday night (December 10), J. Cole, whose 2014 Forrest Hills Drive album is now in stores, promoted his latest body of work with a performance on Late Show with David Letterman. But given recent racial injustices and lack of indictments in the respective deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner at the hands of police, the MC […]
It’s J. Cole season, according to the Internets. As fans champion the rapper’s 2014 Forrest Hills album, which hit retailers today (December 9), he offers up a visual for “Apparently.”