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    J. Cole Interview With the Wall Street Journal

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    Interview lasts close to an hour…

     J. Cole, opens up to the Wall Street Journal’s Lee Hawkins about his long journey to the top of the music industry, helped by his mentor Jay-Z and his formal education as a magna cum laude graduate of St. John’s University in New York. As part of the discussion, he discusses how he landed his record deal, his controversial autism comments, allegations that he and Jay-z are part of a powerful ‘illuminati’ subculture, Trayvon Martin, his views on race and black America, and his rivalry with Kanye West.

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    J. Cole Announces “What Dreams May Come” Tour With Wale

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    J. Cole, who recently completed his Dollar and A Dream tour, and whose album was certified gold last week, will embark on a tour along with  Wale. Tickets go on sale this Wednesday and more dates will be added. Check out the dates and venues after the jump.  (more…)

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    J. Cole Beats Kanye West in Overall Sales

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    After his video leaked, Kanye West has one more reason to be mad as J. Cole sold more than him this week (58k for Cole, 39k for Kanye). Born Sinner took the #1 sport this week and now totals 439k sales, passing Yeezus (431k).

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    J.Cole feat. Wale – Winter Schemes

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    J. Cole and Wale collab for the third time on this new joint produced by Jake One.

     
    Download after the jump. (more…)

  • Wale To Drop J. Cole Collab Tomorrow

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    Wale and J. Cole just dropped their respective solo albums but they’re still busy and will drop a collaboration tomorrow (Tuesday.) Wale just announced the song on Twitter. Both MCs have already worked in the past on “Bad Girl’s Club” in 2011 and “Beautiful Bliss” in 2009. (more…)

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    J. Cole – Dollar & A Dream Tour (Detroit & Toronto)

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    J. Cole closes out the Dollar & A Dream Tour in the D and T. Dot . Each of these shows are only a $1 to enter and first come, first serve. Cole performs classic songs from the Warm Up to Born Sinner. Shouts to aall the fans, we did this for you.