We heard it live, but now that the samples have been cleared (Shouts to Kanye and Paula), Coley Cole finally breaks a sweat with the first single off his debut album. Produced by J.Cole and Elite.
Jermaine jump started the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee last night and once again, covered 2Pac’s “I Ain’t Mad At Cha”. Below he pays respect to B.I.G. by taking us “Higher” over the Isley Brothers’ “Between The Sheets”.
From the nose bleed seats at the Air Canada Centre, Jermaine performed a new track while opening up Ri Ri’s Loud tour. At the 1:50 mark he also flips Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up”. This song definitely could use some revamping. UPDATE HD via HG
[sparkart-clique site=”rap_radar” video=”cole-espn-bbtn”] Not too long ago, ESPN reached out to J.Cole to revamp their theme song for Baseball Tonight. Check out the end results in the clip above. Sounds like he knocked this one out the park.
Another day, another leaky-leak from Coley-Cole’s catalogue. With a nod to Meth and Red, this one knocks. uhtn via rd
[vodpod id=Video.9768603&w=425&h=350&fv=vid%3D15018554%26amp%3Bautoplay%3Dfalse] During J.Cole’s Ustream session earlier today, he told viewers online that he’s already locked in Hov as a guest on the project, a new mixtape is coming and that he also sampled a Kanye track for his first single. hhc
Jermaine makes his return to Pride Rock and unleashes the beast with the follow-up to “Grown Simba“. Produced by Elite and J.Cole. He just can’t wait to be King—we just can’t wait for that album.