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A talent on the mic and behind the boards, J. Cole crafts smart and emotive hip-hop. Guest verses on Cole's second studio album come from 50 Cent ("New York Times") and Kendrick Lamar ("Forbidden Fruit"), but it's the R&B touches that imbue the project with its defining soul. TLC's T-Boz and Chilli bring a summer sheen to "Crooked Smile", Miguel helps turn "Power Trip" into a melancholic lament on love and the Dirty Projectors' Amber Coffman graces the dramatic "She Knows".

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Gonna be the best album of 2013 eaaaaaasily

Kanye beater

I've listed to this over and over and over. Why did Cole choose to release this same day as Kanye? Because its that good. If Kanye wants to better this, he's gonna have to go back in time and re do College Dropout. Best hiphop LP of 2013 for me. Story teller supreme.

best album of 2013

been streaming this album off j coles website for the past week. by far the best rap album of the year


Born: 28 January 1985 in Frankfurt, Germany

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Producer and MC J. Cole was the first artist signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label. Born in Germany but raised in North Carolina, Cole grew up with a mother who loved rock and folk, while his father was a fan of hardcore hip-hop artists like 2Pac and Ice Cube. Graduating high school, his grades were good enough to earn a scholarship, but hip-hop had taken hold of his life. He quickly decided that N.Y.C. was where artists went to get signed. As such, he attended the city’s St. John's University on an...
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