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Jay-Z Has 5 Days Left To Turn In His J. Cole Album Verse

July 27, 2011 · Posted in interview, Videos · 8 Comments 

J. Cole drops by for an interview with Jenny Boom Boom and Craig G.

He discussed his upcoming album Cole World: A Sideline Story which drops September 27th.

Jermaine confirmed that he will not be releasing a mixtape before the album but will be releasing new music along the way.

He stated that he has five days left to turn his album in and Jay-Z has still not given him his verse.

Time’s ticking Jay!



8 Responses to “Jay-Z Has 5 Days Left To Turn In His J. Cole Album Verse”

  1. Chris on July 27th, 2011 6:34 am

    the girl was annoying as hell


  2. Mr. A on July 27th, 2011 6:48 am

    A few things I don’t understand:
    Why doesn’t Jay-Z promote his rappers? I still haven’t heard of a Jay Electronica collab with Jay-Z

    And is D12 signed to Shady records?
    Why aren’t they promoted by eminem?
    Bizarre’s new album dropped a while back and nothing was even mentioned


    Pauly Dee Reply:

    @Mr. A,

    1. Your right when you sayJay don’t promote his albums

    2. D12 is signed to Shady Records but the individual artists aren’t. Kind of like how Slaughterhouse is signed to Shady, but Royce’s album isn’t being promoted by them.


    Mr. A Reply:

    @Pauly Dee, Ahh I see
    Thanks for clearing that up


  3. I invented swag on July 27th, 2011 7:01 am

    shiny suit theory


  4. frankhood brotherz on July 27th, 2011 8:23 am

    lyrics of that j.cole and trey songz track. . .KH


  5. MUSIC LOVER on July 27th, 2011 9:59 pm

    Man fuck Jay Z, J. Cole doesn’t need him. We need that album already!


  6. Royal Swagness on July 27th, 2011 10:53 pm

    Jay-z is an arrogant business man, that’s why he doesn’t promote his artist, He’ll take your money for being on his label but makes you figure it out on your own. I wish J.Cole didn’t sign with Jay-z, he should of went to a label where the bosses aren’t active rappers.


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