J Cole is an artist of a rare breed who humbly talks with his fans during concerts. Seeing him perform is like hanging out with an old friend, who is immensely talented and able to make art which inspires you to sway towards the acknowledgment of life’s harsh reality, through music.
The Germany born rapper who has worked with Jay Z and even produced for Kendrick Lamar and Janet Jackson, according to song credits for both, also has his own label.
The label most recently produced a powerhouse collaboration for ‘Revenge of The Dreamers III: Directors Cut’ which features music by Bas, Cozz, Ari, Omen, Earthgang, Lute and more.
The star has a host of other album releases coming from the label and the new music ensures fans will have to keep busy to hear it all.
J Cole has a tremendous ability to tell a tale with his lyrics, often one that showcases common issues faced by real people.
With lyrics like, “A pistol in your hand don’t make you real,” from Middle Child and ” I studied the greats, I’m the greatest right now,” fans can see he actually has a message to deliver to the youth and next generations.
Though Cole hasn’t won any Grammy for his own music he has had five number one hits on the Billboard 200 list.
Those hits include 2014 Forrest Hills Drive, Born Sinner, K.O.D., Cole World: The Sideline Story and 4 Your Eyes Only.
According to the star’s Facebook page, he recently joined forces with Puma, to release a basketball shoe, called ‘Sky Dreamer.’
As fans can see the star has been quite busy working on building his legacy and his brand for success.
Though the relatable star is busy producing and hunting down new deals, his fans are over joyed with all he’s done.
One user commented on the ‘Middle Child’ album release post,
“Definitely one of the Best albums of the year!!! Thank you Mr J Cole for your powerful and awesome music.”
“I love your music!! Thank you for all that you do!!! You are appreciated.You are the best and talented!!!Great rapper. Keep being you!! You bless us with really great music and classics. I am really glad you exist. Dreamville 4 life. Thank you!!!”
One thing fans can expect from the rapper is that he won’t ever change, as he says it best in his lyrics, “It won’t be for clout, it won’t be for fame, it won’t because my records ain’t selling the same.”