J. Cole

It’s amazing how quickly people forget the device capable of connecting them to the world can also capture the evidence that gets them in deep trouble.

Very little real macking is done from behind a keyboard. At their core, #WomanCrushWednesday and #ManCrushMonday are just well disguised thirst.

Various outlets are reporting Lil B will be bringing his very rare, very based brand of lecturing to Carnegie Mellon University. The wildest part is this isn’t the first time the Based God has enlightened the masses at an institution of higher learning.

Monday found Killer Mike penning a moving op-ed on Martin Luther King Jr.’s revolutionary legacy for OkayPlayer.com. Anyone who is a fan of Killer Mike knows he’s not shy to take a political stance. But Mike is also not alone.

One of J. Cole’s childhood homes will become the latest in a list of iconic addresses Musicians made famous. That’s because on December 9, 2014, J. Cole will drop his third album entitled, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.

UPDATE: Bas debuted a visual for “My N***a Just Made Bail” that fans can find after the jump. Today, Bas became the first Dreamville Records artists to release commercially with Last Winter. On the body of work, you’ll find some crew love on a J. Cole-assisted standout record titled “My N***a Just Made Bail.”

Lil Boosie hit the pavement musically the minute he was freed from prison, but he’s also made time for play. Saturday, April 26, the rapper was spotted at a Hennessy V.S event at Atlanta’s premier club, Compound.

After years of putting on for Dreamville, J. Cole finally sits at the helm of a label of his own of the same name at Interscope Records. In fact, Light Skinned Jermaine could harbor another major player in Hip-Hop should the proverbial pendulum swing in the right direction. Some of that relies on Bas, a Sudanese […]

Yo Gotti paints an interesting picture of his upbringing in Memphis in the visual for his I Am track, “Cold Blood.” Here, he teams up with J. Cole, who assists with a verse full of similar Fayetteville tales.

Timing is everything. With the 2014 Grammys in the books, Wale and his Maybach Music Group brethren Rockie Fresh and Meek Mill, as well as J. Cole, drop a video for “Black Grammys.”

The footage of the Grammy 2014 parties keeps rolling in and it seems to be centering around Rihanna. Not like that is a bad thing in the slightest.

Outkast won’t be the only Hip-Hop stars to grace the stage at Governor’s Ball 2014. The festival, which takes place at New York City’s Randall’s Island Park, announced the full line up today.