Following his first iHeart Festival performance on Friday, Power 105 chatted with Cole backstage. In the brief chat, he spoke on performance with TLC, meeting Elton John and beating Yeezus in sales.
J.Cole was booked at the iHeart Music Festival last night and brought out T-Boz and Chilli for the first performance of “Crooked Smile”. After the jump, Miguel joins him for “Power Trip”.
Dedicated to the memory of Aiyana Stanley-Jones, Jermaine finds himself breaking bad with a couple of dime bags and the DEA. Tough loss all around. Born Sinner in stores now.
Dreams may come and go. And with Wale in tow, J.Cole is coming to a city near you. His What Dreams May Come Tour kicks off next Tuesday, September 10. Wake up and cop your tickets here.
No TLC, but Cole still found his way back ’round. During VH1’s Do Something awards a few weeks ago, Jermaine brought J. Hud out for assistance during his “Crooked Smile” performance.
Jermaine Cole had an hour to spare and spent it with the Wall Street Journal. He discussed his career, Autism lyric apology, military background, college, relocating to NYC, relationship with Jay-Z and more.
With a gold album and “Crooked Smile” currently at #9 on Billboard’s rap chart, Jermaine Cole gave a live performance of the single on last night’s Conan. Born Sinner is in stores now.