Another Dreamville Film. Cole and Scott Lazer team up for their second HBO special, J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only, named after his chart-topping album released last year. It comes after 2015’s Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming, which featured footage from the tour following Cole’s third album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
The new special will combine music performances and intimate interviews that highlight underdocumented voices. We visited Atlanta, Georgia; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Ferguson, Missouri; and Cole’s native Fayetteville, North Carolina; as well as his father’s hometown of Jonesboro, Arkansas, to discuss the issues.
The hourlong special premieres April 15 at 10 p.m. on HBO.
J.Cole takes us back with the visual to his “G.O.M.D.” as he channels his inner Nat Turner and leads a slave revolt. Leave it to Cole to teach us our history. The video is directed by Lawrence Lamont and it’s nothing short of amazing. Check out the video below and keep jamming to 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
2014 Forest Hills Drive is coming to a city near you very soon! J.Cole is taking his childhood on tour beginning next month and you surely don’t want to miss the show. Kicking off on March 2nd, Cole will hit Eugene, Oregon and end the 20-date tour on April 7 in Providence, Rhode Island. Tickets go on sale soon! Check out all of the tour dates below.
For ESPN Magazine’s annual Music Issue, musical artists star alongside sports superstar on the cover of the issue. This year, two very luck musical icons were featured with their favorite sports figures.
In the issue, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and J. Cole share how they connected once the rapper learned the NASCAR driver listened to ‘Power Trip’ before every race. That moment led to Cole shouting out Dale Jr. on ‘Not To Self’ off 2014 Forest Hills Drive.
Katy Perry and Houston Texans star J.J. Watt tackle the cover as well. Perry is gearing up for her big halftime performance at this year’s Super Bowl, but takes time out to snap it up with J.J. The two share how excited they are for the Super Bowl.
Check out the covers below and be sure to pick up your copy in stores now.
The homie J. Cole JUST released his new album two weeks ago and he has sold so many copies that he is now certified gold. This is an album with no promotion, no single, and no features. He debuted at number one on the charts just last week and this week he’s golden! So far, the kid has gone gold for all three of his albums. You can’t deny greatness. Jermaine Cole for PRESIDENT! If you haven’t already, be sure to cop 2014 Forest Hills Drive. Your life will never be the same.
‘Apparently’ is the official first video from J.Cole’s latest album 2014 Forest Hills Drive. J.Cole keeps the visual pretty simple and let the words do all the work as he raps in front of a screen playing old videos and photographs. The album is available now on iTunes and in stores everywhere. Reminisce with Jermaine in the video below.
and fans everywhere went bananas with excitement. Cole shared that he will not be releasing any singles leading up to the album but instead just the album as a whole on that particular date. Supplementing the announcement, he released a trailer that further describes his journey through the album as he tours his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. J.Cole’s upcoming album will serve as a follow up to Born Sinner. 2014 Forest Hills Drive is set for release on December 9 and is already available for pre-order on iTunes.