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"Say she hate it when I'm super faded Loaded, only notice her body rather her conversation Rushing, lusting sexual favors, wonder how it's chasing Midnight or 2 p.
The imminent release of Jermaine Cole's debut is nearing but everyone is antsy, fans and artist alike.
The tide has turned for young Cole after two previous tapes that were released while no one was truly aware of his presence. Both The Come Up and The Warm Up were lauded, play a significant role in why we're here today and could now be considered indicators of his potential. But they were the equivalent of practice games played when nobody was watching. With a hefty cosign resting on his shoulders and Cole World's release said to be around the corner, Friday Night Lights is an accurate title for a release that's being played on a large stage with the worldwide web waiting to either cheer or jeer what they hear. It all amounts to a lot of potential pressure. But, if any artist has been adequately prepped and ready, it's Cole. Download -- J. Cole - Friday Night Lights Mixtape | Alt. Link | Alt. Link.
Well aware that nonbelievers still linger, Cole's effectively doing all the things an artist should do to change their thoughts. Bars that are only getting stronger? Check. Producing? Check. He almost pulls a Jordan here, excelling and, in the process, making Fashawn and Omen sounds like bonafied stars in their own right. Still, the focus is on Cole and he delivers like a champ. Download -- J. Cole Feat. Omen and Fashawn “Relaxation” (Prod. by J. Cole) Seen: Miss Info.
When you have Hip-Hop aspirations growing up in Kansas, it's kind of an uphill battle escaping the shadow of stereotype ruby slippers and twisters cast.
While it will add to the radio appeal, this song could be suffering from too much Terius.
Words By Jason Hortillas You may have never heard of Omen but you've definitely heard his work.