J. Cole was part of an exciting lineup of music acts at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas Friday night (Sept. 20). The Roc Nation rapper's set featured two surprise guests that appear on his latest album 'Born Sinner' -- TLC and Miguel.
J. Cole's inspiring track 'Crooked Smile' is the second single off his chart-topping 'Born Sinner' album and it's notable for its overwhelmingly positive overtones. However, the video doesn't relay the same bright message.
Hip-hop beef is nothing new, but when rumors surfaced that Diddy and J.Cole were involved in a physical scuffle at a MTV Video Music Awards after-party, the two had to set the record straight and address the issue.
J. Cole inadvertently made headlines when Kendrick Lamar name-dropped him on his stunning 'Control' verse. He doesn't look like he's fretting though. The North Carolina native seemed very in his element when he stopped by 'Conan' to perform 'Crooked Smile' sans TLC.
J. Cole is known for his uplifting songs like 'Crooked Smile,' but he recently garnered backlash over his autism lyric on Drake's 'Jodeci Freestyle.' In response, the Roc Nation rhymer issued an apologetic letter.
It looks like the next single from J. Cole's No. 1 album, 'Born Sinner,' will be the body-conscious ode 'Crooked Smile.' The Roc Nation superstar spent the last couple of days shooting the video for the song in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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