Ny now, everybody has seen Grown Simba’s latest video, which features Miguel getting Mufasa’d. Sitting down with MTV (what up Rob?), Jermaine speaks he was able to convince the Mighty Migs to get killed off in the visuals.
Along with debuting his latest clip for “Ready” with Chris Brown, Loso stopped by BET’s 106 & Park to speak NCAA March Madness, Instagram and more. One of the main speaking points was Loso’s Way 2; which he revealed will hit shelves on June 18th and feature Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Rick Ross, Future, Young Jeezy and more.
J. Cole and Tyga also stopped by and their appearances can be seen after the jump.
Directed by Nabil.
Is this video, technically, the first drop under Roc Nation’s new deal with Universal? Born Sinner, coming this June.
Watch the premiere of J. Cole’s “Power Trip” music video tomorrow at 6 a.m. EST.
After a few delays, J. Cole’s upcoming sophomore effort now has a concrete date. Jermaine took to Twitter to announce that Born Sinner will finally arrive at retailers on June 25. The music video for the LP’s Miguel-assisted lead single “Power Trip” is set to premiere tomorrow.
Born Sinner June 25th. – Cole
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) April 8, 2013
With Alicia Keys’ Set the World on Fire tour making its way into the Barclays Center in Brooklyn last night, the show opener Miguel surprised the full house when he brought out J. Cole for a performance of the pair’s latest collabo “Power Trip.”
Like damn near everybody else at this point, he could give two fucks about it. Sitting with DJ Drama, he speaks on the infamous list, his new single with Miguel, Lil Wayne’s Dedication 4 cut and more.
The “Harlem Shake” wave is still picking up steam and J. Cole, along with DJ Holiday, give us their take on the dance at Streetz 94.5.
For the 9834th update on the mythical joint project from J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar, Cole reveals to MTV that the two already have “too many songs” complete and that it’s still coming. And the more I think about the project, I’d rather them wait until it’s perfect (or as close to perfection as they can get it) before it’s release. I understand the ADHD lifestyle that the internet has brought upon us, but why settle for average? Just to get it earlier? There’s plenty of music from both Cole (Truly Yours EP, “Power Trip” with Miguel) and K. Dot (GKMC) available now that can suffice IMO. Hell, there is a ton of music from other artists that can get play in your speakers until the time is right. Patience is a lost virtue.
Jermaine recently spoke with radio personality Jenny Boom Boom to talk about his new single “Power Trip,” his upcoming sophomore album Born Sinner, celebrity crushes, speaking at Harvard University, his long-awaited joint album with Kendrick Lamar, and more. Listen to the interview after the jump.
Earlier today, J. Cole made a stop by Harvard University and spoke to a room full of students about a variety of topics as part of The Next Move: A Conversation with J. Cole. During the discussion, Cole speaks on his early influences (Kool Moe Dee, Bobby Brown and Michael Jackson) and who he listened growing up. In part two (shown after the jump), Cole speaks on his dreams of going to the NBA, the moment he realized he had a future in rap, his mother’s early support and more.
J. Cole provides an official “lyric video” to his Miguel-assisted single “Power Trip” that is available on iTunes. Born Sinner, coming soon.