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Melanie Fiona recently released her official visual to “This Time” Ft. J. Cole. The track was produced by No I.D. and serves as a single off her latest album, entitled The MF Life. Together, they’re hot but she is doing so much better without him. In the Colin Tilley-directed visual, Melanie sings her heart out and J. Cole spits a dope verse.
Last month, YMCMB’s rapper Drake wrapped up his “Club Paradise” U.S. tour. After the success of the first leg of his U.S. tour, Drizzy decided to extend the tour and add a second leg, which will feature J. Cole, Waka Flocka, 2 Chainz, French Montana and Meek Mill. The 27 date tour kicks off May 7 in Concord, California and will make stops in major markets including New York, Philly, Las Vegas, Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix and other cities before wrapping up on June 17 in Boston at the Comcast Center. Peep the tour dates below:
In celebration of reaching over two-million followers on Twitter, Roc Nation gold-selling rapper J. Cole dropped a new track, “Grew Up Fast”. The soulful offering was produced by Canei Finch and samples former Temptation David Ruffin’s 1969 record “The Double Cross.” Listen to the audio below:
College graduated/NC native J. Cole signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label over 2 1/2 years ago and been very consistent since. Before releasing his first solo album, entitled Cole World: The Sideline Story, which debuted at #1, selling over 218,000 copies in the first week, Cole released a few mixtapes and EP’s including The Come Up, The Warm Up, Friday Night Lights, and Any Given Sunday EP. A few weeks ago, he was also nominated for his first Grammy Award for “Best New Artist.”
Yesterday Tuesday (September 27), Roc Nation rapper J. Cole released his debut LP Cold World: The Sideline Story. Jay-Z’s protege is expected to take the #1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart next week, as his CD is projected to do major numbers in the first-week. According to the industry insiders at hitsdailydouble.com—who have already tabulated the one-day sales figures—J. Cole is projected to sell around 225,000 to 250,000 CDs in his first-week. The disc has collaborations with Jay-Z, Missy Elliott, Drake and Trey Songz. (more…)