J. Cole

Jazzy AKA Jazlyn of Jazzys World TV met up with the Dreamville honcho briefly backstage at Governor's Ball and showed impressive chops for a kid.

J. Cole will be leaving the Canadian Elite Basketball team to embark on a tour. The North Carolina star played just four games.


On Thursday night, the Canadian Elite Basketball League announced that J.Cole will be playing for the Scarborough Shooting Stars after signing a deal for the 2022 season. This marks the second year in a row that the 37-year-old will be playing pro ball, having played for the Rwanda Patriots in the Basketball Africa League last May.


It's always nice when your friends bring up old stuff that they're still grateful for. Props to J. Cole and 21 Savage.

The genius of J. Cole's squad releasing this project on the eve of the revived Dreamville Festival this weekend can't be understated and every member of the roster came to show the absolute best of their abilities.

Dreamville is putting all 2022 music festivals on notice. The house that J. Cole built announced the Dreamville Festival that will feature a star-studded lineup that includes roster favorites like  Ari Lennox and EarthGang as well as acts like Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo and Wale.


This cut go so hard and the video was definitely up to par with the song.


The new cut and clip comes on the heels of Cole getting clowned for wearing Crocs and sweats at a recent concert performance, just like he is in this very visual.


Seattle Storm star Breanna Stewart has already got her pair and will probably be the first basketball pro to debut the kicks on the court now that Cole's stint in the Basketball African League is a wrap.

Outside is now open and fans want to see what the 2021 J. Cole live show is looking like. He recently shared a trailer and confirmed The Off Season tour in a matter of 48 hours.