J. Cole is currently living life as a rolling stone as the Forest Hills Drive Tour steams right along. The headlining member was recently in San Diego performing at the club Bassmnt on Friday, July 17, when one fan apparently took the term “FaceTime” to a whole ‘nother level.
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.
We all have our favorite song(s) on Born Sinner, but it was “Power Trip” that set the tone for J. Cole‘s chart-topping sophomore effort. Earlier today, the Roc Nation rapper graced the stage on ABC’s The View to perform the self-produced track in front of the studio audience.
With Born Sinner just weeks away from releasing, J. Cole sat down with Fuse TV to discuss the writing process for his sophomore LP.
J. Cole was the latest lyricist to grace the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon stage. This time, the Roc Nation MC performed “Power Trip” from his forthcoming sophomore effort Born Sinner.
As far as we’re concerned, there are only two contenders for song of the year thus far: one being a certain Canadian MC’s spiel about where he started from and J. Cole‘s “Power Trip.” The latter surprised the Interents with a vlog, in which he shows fans how he created the hypnotic beat piece by piece.
Although Roc Nation artist J. Cole featured crooner Miguel on his new “Power Trip” single, the North Carolina native flexed his vocal chords a bit for the track as well. Cole speaks on his new love of singing, and talks up competing with “white people” at the Grammy Awards in a recent radio interview.
J. Cole drops the video for “Power Trip,” featuring Miguel, the lead single from his forthcoming Born Sinner album.
Miguel is currently traveling the country with Alicia Keys on the Set The World On Fire tour, which reached its Brooklyn stop last night. Attendees at the Barclays Center were in for a treat, as the singer brought out J. Cole to perform “Power Trip” live for the very first time.
J. Cole’s lead single from his sophomore album, Born Sinner is “Power Trip” featuring Miguel. After burning up the net upon it’s release, Light-Skinned Jermaine revealed to MTV about trying radio trajectory with the song.