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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".

Customer Reviews

Opposite of a winner

Some standout songs on this(Let Nas Down, Born Sinner etc) but also a lot of the same content on the 1st half of the album. The album gets better from track to track. Best hip hop album of the year so far.

Best album of late

This and GKMC - 2 classics of our time

Got me up all night!

Every song on the album is brilliant, great lyricism and production from J. Cole. He continues to be one of the best in Hip-Hop.


Born: 28 January 1985 in Frankfurt, Germany

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

J. Cole, the first artist signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation label, was among the most commercially successful rap artists of the early 2010s. Born in Germany but raised in North Carolina, Jermaine Cole grew up with a mother who loved rock and folk, and a father who was a fan of hardcore rap artists like 2Pac and Ice Cube. Cole's high-school grades earned an academic scholarship to attend St. John's University in New York City, where Cole knew he could make progress as a musician. After numerous days standing...
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