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J. Cole announces release of new album

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J. Cole has announced that he will be releasing his new album, The Off-Season, on May 14th.

The rapper announced his new album on his Twitter account on Tuesday, May 4. He only shared his alleged album cover with the public, saying that this album has been under construction for years. It was the only thing he published and in that way tickled the imagination of the public and left everything in anticipation of new hits.

The Off-Season will mark his sixth studio album and following his offer from 2018, KOD, as well as the 2019 Dreamville Records compilation, Revenge of the Dreamers III.

The Fall Off is considered a sequel to KOD because the last song was subtitled “Intro to ‘The Fall-Off'”. The singles he released in 2020 are “The Climb Back” and “Lion King on Ice”, which were charged as the first two songs from this group of songs. However, his announcements could suggest that The Off-Season could precede The Fall Off.

Last year, before releasing the songs “The Climb Back” and “Lion King on Ice”, J. Cole shared the song “Dream on tha Bluff” which was considered a discographic song against Noname, the Chicago rapper, activist, and book club organizer. He then neither denied nor confirmed that this was intended for her. Noname then responded to his tweets with ‘Song 33’. She later apologized, saying that she was not proud of herself for responding with that song.

Support for other black artists

In a separate tweet, he told his fans to follow Noname.  ”I love and honor her as a leader in these times. She has done and is doing the reading and listening and learning on the path that she truly believes is the correct one for our people. ”

J. Cole left us all in suspense and anticipation of his new hits. While we wait for new hits, use that magic replay button for old hits.

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Written by Ivana

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