A video has already been shot, but before we get Wale and Jermaine’s collaboration in full, Amazon has shared a quick preview of the track. UPDATE: Final version. Produced by J.Cole.
During J.Cole’s interview with Hard Knock TV, he says the joint mixtape with K-Dot is about 4 or 5 tracks in and has recently been heading towards the direction of an album. “I’m not settling for a mixtape because I feel we’re too talented for that and the music we’ve made so far is too good. I want to build. Even if it takes 9-10 months whatever, I feel like the final outcome of that project is something that hip hop needs.”
[vodpod id=Video.12505833&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Continuing his chat with Rap Up, Cole says before he drops his debut, he plans to release a mixtape with tracks that did not make the final cut. No title or release date yet on that collection, but Cole World: The Sideline Story is slated for September 27.
Rap-Up caught up with Jermaine out West. He explains the meaning behind the title of his upcoming debut Cole World: The Sideline Story and reveals the producers involved on the project. He also says that he’s still waiting on his verse from Jay-Z. Hear how it sounds on September 27th.
[vodpod id=Video.12165382&w=540&h=350&fv=] Earlier today, Jermaine returned to Hyde Park in the UK for this year’s Wireless Festival and gave a performance of his new single. Cole World: The Sideline Story drops September 27. roy thomas Sidebar: Freestyle
Time to get physical. Cole recently began shooting the video for his first single in L.A. and here are a few flicks form the set. Cole World: The Sideline Story coming September 27.
We got a few parts live before, but last night at the Staples Center, Jermaine performed his first single in its entirety as well as his other tracks during the opening of Ri Ri’s Loud tour. rap-up Related: Cole Summer Ep. 1