J. Cole hit the stage at the Made In America festival to perform a variety of his hits. He started the performance with a video of police abuses in tribute to Mike Brown before entertaining the crowd. Check out the video below.
J. Cole releases this track dedicated to teenager Michael Brown who was killed by Police in Ferguson, Missouri. Take a listen to “Be Free” below.
“Rest in Peace to Michael Brown and to every young black man murdered in America, whether by the hands of white or black. I pray that one day the world will be filled with peace and rid of injustice. Only then will we all Be Free.”
J. Cole took his Dolla & A Dream Tour to L.A. for 2 special nights. During the first show he excited the crowd by bringing out Drake to perform ’0 to 100′, ‘Worst Behavior’ and ‘Trophies’. On the second night he surprised the crowd with Kendrick Lamar who performed ‘Backseat Freestyle’.
Check out the Kendrick performance above and Drake’s performances below.
J. Cole’s new artist Bas delivered the music video to “My Nigga Just made Bail”. The track appears on his album Last Winter which is available on iTunes now.
J. Cole starts a new web series called “Revenge Of The Dreamers”. The vlog gives us a behind the scenes look at his ‘What Dreams May Come True’ tour. Check out the first episode above.
J. Cole releases his latest music for “She Knows” featuring Amber Coffman,
Yo Gotti teams up with J. Cole for the video to “Cold Blood”. Off Gotti’s album “I Am”. Out now.
J. Cole celebrated his 29th birthday by giving his fans a brand new mixtape from his Dreamville Records team called “Revenge Of The Dreamers”. He also announced his Dreamville label has signed a partnership deal with Interscope Records. Congrats to the dreamers.
Take a listen to the mixtape with tracklist below.
It’s Grammy night and Wale takes the opportunity to release the visuals to the Self Made 3 track “Black Grammys”. Features Meek Mill, Rockie Fresh and J. Cole.
On December 3rd 2013 J. Cole took his tour to London, England to perform at the Hammersmith Apollo. KillerHipHop was lucky enough to be in the building and watch the show go down. Check out our exclusive review of the event below.