Tag: J.Cole

Stream Anderson .Paak’s New Album “Oxnard”

After teasing us with snippets of the album, today Anderson .Paak releases the full project. It features guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Dr. Dre, Pusha T, Snoop Dogg and more. You can stream “Oxnard” below.       Advertisements


Stream Jay Rock’s New Album ‘Redemption’

It’s been a long wait for Jay Rock fans for his new album Redemption but looks like it is all worth it. The 13-song album features guest features from top artists like J. Cole (on ‘OSOM’) Kendrick Lamar (on ‘Wow Freestyle’), Future, Jeremih and SZA.  

Watch J. Cole & Lil Pump Interview Each Other

  After speculation and a snippet that surfaced a couple of days ago, the full version of the J. Cole vs. Lil Pump interview is here. The interview was shot at “The Sheltuh” aka J. Cole house in North Carolina. The two talk about their first experience with rapping at a young age, Pump starting to smoke

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Watch J.Cole’s Interview With Angie Martinez

  The much awaited J. Cole interview with Angie Martinez shot at Rolling Loud is finally live. The interview has been hyped for a couple of days on social media and why not — t’s not often that J. Cole does interviews. Fresh off releasing his number 1 album KOD, Cole sat down with the legendary

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DJ Khaled, Kendrick Lamar Lead BET Awards 2018 Nominations

DJ Khaled leads the nominees for this year’s BET Awards. The hip-hop mogul scores six nods including Video of the Year for “Wild Thoughts,” his collaboration with Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, plus two for Best Collaboration (“Wild Thoughts” and “Top Off” with JAY-Z, Future, and Beyoncé). Additionally, he is up for Album of the Year

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Post Malone Surpasses Drake, J. Cole, Cardi B With New Chart Record

Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys is the latest project to enjoy the record breaking moment. After setting a record for most simultaneous tracks in the Billboard Hot 100 this week, Post has also broken a record on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. According to Billboard, Post is the first artist to place 6 songs within the chart’s top ten

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