Kendrick Lamar cleans up rather nice but he’s not the first rapper to get jiggy for the camera lens of GQ.
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.
Memphis rapper Yo Gotti has been putting in work independently for years. After recently signing a joint venture with Epic Records, Gotti is trying to crack the door to the mainstream and drops a new single called “Cold Blood” featuring J. Cole.
Eminem will be heading out on the “Rapture” tour, and he’s bringing Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole along for the ride. The only downside is that the trio will only be performing in the Land Down Under.
One of the most anticipated tracks on DJ Khaled‘s Suffering From Success album is one featuring Dreamville’s own J. Cole and Bas called “Hell’s Kitchen.” And while the LP releases next week, the aforementioned cut can be heard today.
Looking to paint the town red but your budget is holding you back? Mad the tickets for your favorite rapper’s show sold out before you could cop? Well AXE might be able to help you out. Meek Mill, J. Cole, Wale and A$AP Ferg are teaming up with the men’s grooming brand for their annual “One […]
A Hip-Hop fan proposed to his girlfriend during a radio station’s Q&A session with Wale and J. Cole. Would this move had been rude if she said no?
This J. Cole vs. Sean “Diddy” Combs fiasco only is only getting crazier as more details are revealed. Reportedly, the entire fracas popped off because an inebriated Diddy wanted to confront Kendrick Lamar over his “Control” verse.
The rumors are flying that Roc Nation rapper J. Cole and Bad Boy Records founder Sean “Diddy” Combs got into a fight last night. The scuffle allegedly went down at an MTV Video Music Awards afterparty at The Dream Hotel in New York City.
At the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, one of the earlier surprises of the night occurred when Macklemore & Ryan Lewis captured a “moonman” for Best Hip-Hop Video – and beating out some big names in the process.
Twitter was set ablaze last night with commentary (and hate from those not in attendance) about the star studded line up Drake arranged for the fourth annual OVO Fest.
No. J. Cole and Shawty Lo are not collaborating on any new music, as far we know of. However, this past Sunday (July 30) the two rappers were spotted partying at nightspot Compound in Atlanta.