Posts Tagged ‘J. Cole’

J. Cole – Blow Up

Posted: August 14, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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Sure it’s a few days late, but with the nasty J. Cole, it’s definitely better late than never. His new track “Blow Up” is a message to all the hip-hop execs, artists and listeners who’ve doubted him, stating the cold-hard fact that “Bitch I’m About To Blow Up!” J. Cole comes non-stop with energy and determination, constantly rocking hip-hop with his lyrical militancy. This song is crazy-good, and J. Cole remains one of those artists you can trust to put out straight-up good music with no fillers. Brace yourselves for the upcoming album.

J. Cole – Blow Up

J. Cole – Problems

Posted: July 30, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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New stuff from J. Cole, but unfortunately it’s not from his upcoming studio album. “Problems” is another reason to love J. Cole and his simplistic style of just being damn good at rapping. He doesn’t need a fancy beat, or a catchy chorus to flip a beat into a full-blown hit. This track is off Biggy Jiggy &  YMHD’s new mixtape called “Lime Light Exclusive.” The full tape can be found HERE and may actually be worthy of a bit of your hardrive – beside this J.Cole track, LLE also features “Mojo So Dope,” a song rumored to be featured on Kid Cudi’s album.

J. Cole – Problems

J. Cole – Who Dat (Video)

Posted: June 22, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good video
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No, he won’t be in the Nosebleed Section for long, but let’s hope this hip-hop protege doesn’t lose his creativity. Be sure to check out J. Cole’s new video “Who Dat,” and get very excited for his first studio album.

J. Cole – Higher

Posted: June 14, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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New track from J. Cole. If you don’t know, this highly touted rapper was the first signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, and was lucky enough to be featured on Blueprint 3. Originally from Germany, growing up in North Carolina, and a St. John’s University graduate, J. Cole has every rap fanatic across the globe waiting for his debut album. But no, “Higher” is not off his highly anticipated  album, just a new Tapemasters, Inc. mixtape. But that’s no excuse, listen in and bask in this man’s genius.