J. Cole practically took a couple of steps forward on his new album ‘The Off-Season’
As usual and on what everyone knows about J. Cole’s projects, buttressing on how it takes impending time to properly assimilate and digest fully before the final thought arrival.
However, The Off-Season came with all the delicacy he packed into it, so I couldn’t help but write down my first thought after a series of spins.
J. Cole has an influence for being a very quiet and humble guy, he only trembles upon a mic in front of him, expressively and pouring his candid heart out.
Cole chose to work with a variety of producers with amazing hits career catalog which includes Timbaland, Boi-1da, Jake One, Coleman, Tommy Parker, T-Minus, Maneesh, Frank Dukes, Tae Beast, and others.
J. Cole was also part of the producers that worked on The Off-Season.
These are curated first thoughts and takeaways from J. Cole’s new project, The Off-Season.
9 5 . s o u t h (hardest intro) Cole expresses from the depth, using key metaphors and powerful lyrics.
The intro covers a still-potent moments of reflection and highlights the rest of the body of work
“This shit too easy for me now Nigga, Cole been goin’ plat’ since back when CDs was around
What you sold, I tripled that, I can’t believe these fuckin’ clowns”
“I get up, dust my clothes off, sleep is the cousin of death No plans to doze off, the streets, it don’t come with a ref’ I never sold soft, just creeped where the hustlers crept And got they O’s off, you reach, niggas uppin’ like Steph To blow your nose off, gesundheit, and then resume flight”
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Afrobeatsglobal gives the project an 90% (Excellent) general rating