The track, which certainly sounds like J. Cole, has given rise to the theory that the Dreamville boss is behind this play. Cole has been missing from the music scene for the past two years, but now he is back and is ready with his fifth album.
As previously noted, both artists have said nasty things about Cole, but the vet's commentary on his album most likely stems from a diss track Pump previewed in April 2017.
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Unlike many other former British dominions in Africa , Swaziland did not change its name after gaining independence , in 1968. The king has used it on many previous occasions, including his address to the UN General Assembly a year ago .
In small print it also reads: "This album is in no way meant to glorify drug addition". The fourth song from the album finds Cole lamenting on the fact that people constantly take advantage of him and use him.
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"I don't know much about it". Brackets starts out sounding troublingly like a rich man moaning about having to pay tax, but ends up somewhere very different: an indictment of the inherent racism of USA government spending.
Looks like the project will have 12 new tracks. "They wanna be black and think your song is how it feels". But like the rest of KOD, it leaves you very eager to see where J Cole goes next.
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