You would think J. Cole would be celebrating now that 'Born Sinner' is in stores, right? Well, not quite. After reading a few lukewarm reviews, Cole went on Twitter Wednesday (June 19) to express his frustrations.
J. Cole is known for being a lyrical rapper, but now, he's opening up about a more personal side of his life. In a new interview with the Rickie Smiley Morning Show, Jermaine acknowledges that he has slight OCD -- obsessive–compulsive disorder.
After hosting a listening session Thursday night (April 6) in New York, J. Cole's LP, 'Born Sinner,' leaked online. In response, the Roc Nation wordsmith is now offering an album stream of the entire LP.
“I feed off of rejection,” said J. Cole as he gave the back story of his sophomore album, ‘Born Sinner,’ for a room full of fans and press at his listening session in New York City Thursday evening (June 7) at the SVA Theatre. The 28-year-old emcee’s journey up to this point has been complicated.
J. Cole releases a new song today featuring an unexpected collaboration that will make '90s R&B fans very happy. The Roc Nation rapper dropped the TLC-assisted 'Crooked Smile,' from his upcoming 'Born Sinner' album.