J. Cole - Disgusting

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
J. Cole
Album:
Cole World

Ever wondered what’s going through J. Cole‘s mind at any given moment in time? Well, prepare to be enlightened. On this newly-leaked cut off the Roc Nation standard-bearer’s insanely-anticipated debut set, he gives us a guided tour of his headspace – and what we find there is downright Disgusting. And I mean that, of course, in the dopest way possible. As usual, the North Carolina representative handles his own production, layering echoing handclaps over a stuttering bassline as he fills listeners in on exactly what’s on his mind – from his Epicurean personal philosophy (“Not another line about how life’s a b*tch / f*ck the world and enjoy it.”) to his deepest sexual fantasies (granted, who wouldn’t jump at the chance to witness a Ménage à trois involving three Nicki Minaj clones?) Now that you’ve caught a glimpse of the Cole World the artist will be exploring on his forthcoming full-length, are you anxious to see more? Keep it locked for all the latest on the project, currently scheduled to arrive on record store shelves sometime this summer.

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