J. Cole is going to back to school. Well, sort of. The Roc Nation rapper has teamed up with green company REVERB for his Campus Consciousness / The Sideline Story Tour this spring. Besides performing songs from his latest album 'Cole World: The Sideline Story,' Hollywood Cole will also teach students how they can save the environment.
J. Cole couldn't be more humble about his Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. The 'Work Out' rapper revealed that he demanded his record label Roc Nation to release his gold-selling debut 'Cole World: The Sideline Story' in late September before the Grammy deadline so it could be considered for nominations.
Rapper J. Cole caps off 2011 with a performance of 'Work Out' on CBS' late-night talkie 'Late Show with David Letterman.' The Roc Nation artist had a phenomenal year with his album 'Cole World: The Sideline Story,' which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart and reached Gold status last month.
In what may be the shortest diss-a-thon in hip-hop history, former battle rapper Canibus ended his beef with J. Cole two days after releasing 'J. Clone,' a heated diss song about the Roc Nation artist. In a video that was posted online today (Dec. 12), Canibus apologized for his actions and the brouhaha over the track.
J. Cole is holding down his place as the Sound Off champ, snagging his second win in a row. J. Cole's 'Can't Get Enough' managed to squash T-Pain and his jam 'Bang Bang Pow Pow,' with the 'Cole World' hitmaker garnering more than 87% of the fan votes. Now, his Trey Songz-featured tune will take on Lupe Fiasco and his new single 'I Don't Wanna Care Right Now.'
J. Cole can add one more accomplishment to his productive year. The North Cackalacka rhyme-slinger's debut LP 'Cole World: The Sideline Story' has reached gold status for sales of 500,000 copies by the Recording Industry Association of America. The Roc Nation artist went on Twitter to show proof by posting a letter from his attorney showing the RIAA certification.
J. Cole killed it in yesterday's Sound Off, demolishing Drake's 'The Motto' with 80% of the fan votes. Now, the 26-year-old rapper and his island, tribal-esque track 'Can't Get Enough' will take on a new competitor. Today, J. Cole will go up against T-Pain and his track 'Bang Bang Pow Pow.'
Drake is the new reigning champ in our Sound Off, collecting nearly 56% of the fan votes in yesterday's battle with T.I. His new 'Take Care' track 'The Motto,' which features Lil Wayne, has a new opponent today in the form of up-and-coming rap giant J. Cole and his 'Cole World: The Sideline Story' song 'Can't Get Enough.'