J. Cole speaks on his melting pot of fans, life in 3 years, not letting the business stress him out and more, check it out and leave a comment below.
In the interview above, J. Cole fields some interesting questions from Honey magazine, including what’s the difference between Young Simba and Grown Simba? What’s the song Lights Please about? Do you have a girlfriend?
In the video above J. Cole talks a bit about how he went to college, and he’s not afraid to tell people about it. For those of you who didn’t know, J. Cole had a scholarship to and graduated with honors from St. John’s University in the class of 2007.
What is the biggest misconception that people have about J. Cole:
Which benefited him more, The Blueprint 3 or the BP3 Tour?:
Will there be a sequel to The Warm Up mixtape?:
Above you can see J. Cole perform a bit and also interview with YaYa Martinez. He says how his upcoming debut album is produced by only himself and No ID. DJ Semtex called the album College Dropout meets Illmatic. In ten years J. Cole hopes to be one of everyone’s favorite rappers, and to have 10 Grammy awards.
The New York Post interviews J. Cole, Wale, Melanie King, and others at BET’s Grey Goose Rising Stars.
On the R&B/Hip Hop Charts J. Cole‘s song ”Who Dat” has moved from 39 to Number 32. The Heat Seekers Songs Charts have seen the biggest increase from 19 to number 8 (Wow). Also the Rap Songs charts are still being maintained at number 19.
J.Cole talks about the Teflon Don, lack of album features & once again confirming the albums title will not be Cole World!
A very informal interview of J. Cole, discussing his choice to go to college and his rapping style.