It is far from The Off-Season for North Carolina native, J. Cole. The Dreamer has been popping up places left and right from headlining Rolling Loud to announcing his tour with frequent collaborator, 21 Savage. Now he’s cooking up something with fellow Dreamville artist Bas and New York rapper Lil Tjay.
J. Cole’s Back To Bless Us W/ Some Summer Heat
This week, the rappers all took to their Instagram accounts to announce the release of “The Jackie” by Bas featuring J. Cole and Lil Tjay. Lil TJay seems to be the most excited, calling it “Song of the summer?” in his repost of the Tik Tok he made teasing the song.
“My body different stop f*cking playing with me !! 😤😤😤😂💙🔥🚀 lol Jackie dropping July 9th @bas @realcoleworld Song of the summer ???”
Fortunately, most people won’t have to wait until Friday to hear “The Jackie” as the song is now streaming as a result of it being released internationally.
J. Cole’s Headlining Rolling Loud NYC
The upcoming Rolling Loud New York City festival has some of the biggest names in hip-hop attending as performers. Specifically, 50 Cent, J. Cole and Travis Scott will be headlining the event. Beyond Queens, New York, the worldwide festival is also planned for Miami and California, leading the grand return of large-scale occasions for live rap music.
Known for its wide-ranging lineups and show-stopping moments, Rolling Loud Festival is ready to return to the stage. Gearing up for its second-ever festival in the birthplace of hip-hop, RollingLoud announces Rolling Loud New York 2021, occurring October 28th-30th at Citi Field in Queens. Headlined by Travis Scott, J. Cole, and 50 Cent, tickets for Rolling Loud New York 2021 go on sale on Friday, June 11th at 12pm ET.
The Big Apple event is going to have a huge New York presence with Dipset, Action Bronson, Young M.A., J.I. and Sheck Wes all slated to perform.
The upcoming festival features a lineup that blends the biggest names in hip-hop with local heroes and respected veterans. Beyond the headliners, the festival promises performances from superstars like Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Polo G, and Lil Durk, rising talent like Pooh Shiesty, Ski Mask The Slump God, NLE Choppa, and Coi Leray, respected veterans including Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Wale, and Fetty Wap, and a laundry list of NYC stars past and present, including Bobby Shmurda, Joey Bada$$, Ferg, The Diplomats, Action Bronson, Young M.A., J.I., Sheck Wes, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, Bizzy Banks, and many more.
Diddy + J. Cole Officially Bury The Hatchet Over 2013 Fight
Just in case it wasn’t clear, hip-hop mogul Diddy and Grammy-winning rapper J. Cole have moved past any old beef. Lyrics from Cole’s new The Off-Season album brought back memories of the two music icons throwing hands years ago, but Diddy’s social media post Wednesday suggests there are no more ill feelings.
On J. Cole’s song “Let Go Of My Hand” from The Off-Season, he raps about a fight he got into with Diddy back in 2013. Bringing it up on the new album sparked rumors of J. Cole and S. Combs still having static, but Diddy recently posted an Instagram pic to squash any further speculation.
“With LOVE. 🖤✨💫 @realcoleworld”
J. Cole + Diddy Clashed Over Kendrick Lamar
On the eyebrow-raising record, Dreamville boss J. Cole mentions what went down eight years ago. Coincidentally, Puff Daddy’s vocals are featured on the same record.
“My last scrap was with Puff Daddy, who would’ve thought it? / I bought that n**** album in seventh grade and played it so much / You would’ve thought my favorite rapper was Puff.”
Although Cole doesn’t get into it, the rumored cause of the fight has always been centered around his friend Kendrick Lamar.