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J. Cole’s fourth studio album, 4 Your Eyez Only, is out December 9 via Dreamville/Roc Nation. Now, the North Carolina rapper has revealed the tracklist for the album. Like its predecessor 2014 Forest Hills Drive, which famously went double platinum, there don’t appear to be any featured artists. It also doesn’t include his two recent tracks “Everybody Dies” or “False Prophets.”
December 9 will be a big day for Hip Hop, because four high-profile albums will be released on that date.
After Yasiin Bey, J. Cole, and Tech N9ne revealed their respective projects are dropping on Friday, Ab-Soul announced his DWTW is arriving on the 9th as well.
Back in 1998, DMX pulled off a big feat by releasing two albums in one calendar year.
It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot arrived in May of that year, and it was followed by Flesh Pf My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood in December.
Fader published an article about the creation of Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood.
Rapper Kanye West is fighting back against copyright infringement allegations regarding his song “New Slaves” amid his medical emergency.
Hungarian rocker Gabor Presser filed suit against the “All of the Lights” hitmaker in a New York court in May, claiming the hip-hop star sampled his track “Gyonhyhaju Lany” at the end of “New Slaves” without his formal approval.
Rapper J. Cole gave fans a major surprise, with the prospects of a new album later this month.
A new album titled 4 Your Eyez Only was listed on iTunes with a December 9 release date.
Rapper Eminem has teased fans about a new collaboration with clothing brand Carhartt.
The “Lose Yourself” hitmaker has previously worked with designers at the workwear firm, based in Eminem’s native Michigan, and now it appears they are gearing up to release another range of goods, just in time for the holidays.
Fidel Castro has died at the age of 90. The long-living, former president of Cuba has garnered a number of comments from critics, supporters and people all walks of life.
Some regard him a revolutionary that stood up to governmental bullies and others regard him a dictator that oppressed his own people.
It looks like rapper Lil Wayne could be heading for some more legal trouble, after he backed out of a high profile concert over the weekend in Cuaracao.
Lil Wayne is one of the headliners of the “SummerFallin Curacao,” which also featured performances by Meek Mill, Yo Gotti, French Montana, Rick Ross, Fat Joe and others.
Rapper 50 Cent has won another legal spat, this time over his hit song “P.I.M.P.”
Producer Brandon Parrott sued the rap star, real name Curtis Jackson, earlier this year, claiming he was conned into signing over rights to a track called “Bamba,” which he alleges became “P.I.M.P.”