"Off Deez" is an oil slick of a single, presenting J.I.D at his best.
"It's basically about us being able to independently grow in the music business."
It's time for some way-too-early GRAMMY predictions.
The “F” is for “second-highest U.S. streaming debut ever.”
"This shit is high school. This shit is fucking celebrity worship.”
"He encouraged me to face this thing I’m so afraid of, instead of just really running from it."
Whatever Dreamville has going on behind the scenes, it is absolutely working.
Swizz Beatz is for the children, but not without a little help from J. Cole.
Drake, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Travis Scott and Post Malone. That's the list.
From Drake to Jay Electronica, we tracked the course of 11 careers since that game-changing verse five years ago.
It's that time again.
"The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between." —Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
“I went to Hawaii. Cole sent over two beats.”
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"His potential is GOAT status."
"He’s always pushing me to just believe in me more than I naturally believe in myself sometimes."
Drake, Cole, Cardi, Rocky, Sremm, Migos, and Rock get the seven-track treatment.
It's important to remember that "pop" is not a dirty word.
These were the compelling and nuanced lyrics that “FRIENDS,” and the subject of addiction as a whole, demanded.