Fans label Drake and K-Dot “superstars” in J Cole’s “Heaven’s EP” fan review, while some term them “hard asf.”

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Fans label Drake and K-Dot “superstars” in J Cole’s “Heaven’s EP” fan review, while some term them “hard asf.”

J Cole used Drake’s ‘Pipe Down’ instrumental for his new freestyle, which is featured on the latter’s sixth album, ‘Certified Lover Boy.’

J Cole has had a busy year, releasing his sixth studio album, ‘The Off-Season,’ in May, collaborating with a few other musicians, playing professional basketball, and now preparing to embark on a tour in September. But, before heading out on the tour, Cole surprised his fans with a brand new freestyle titled “Heaven’s EP,” which he released on September 21.

On his YouTube page, the ‘Middle Child’ hitmaker released an official video to accompany the song. J Cole used Drake’s ‘Pipe Down’ instrumental for his new freestyle, which is featured on the latter’s sixth studio album, ‘Certified Lover Boy.’ On the track, the 36-year-old rap legend praised Drake and Kendrick Lamar, describing them as “superstars” to him. On Twitter, fans who had no idea Cole had dropped a freeverse exploded in jubilation, declaring him “MVP of the Year.”

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J Cole’s net worth is unknown. Rapper earns a stunning $2 million in the first week of sales for his album ‘The Off-Season.’ Will J Cole leave the music industry after ‘The Fall Off’? Fans implore ‘don’t ever retire,’ as the rapper previews a new mixtape called ‘The Off-Season.’ Yes, those n**gas are superstars behind Drake and Dot. J Cole, who is frequently compared to Drake and Kendrick Lamar, specifically mentioned the two, adding that he was happy to accept the “bronze” because they were “superstars” to him. “Some people claim I’m running third, they threw the bronze at me/Behind Drake and Dot, yep those ni**as are superstars to me,” the Frankfurt native raps in one lyric. Maybe I’m terrified of my radiance deep down/So when you see me on red carpets, I’m stumbling around.” On the new freestyle, the acclaimed hip-hop heavyweight discusses his approach to achieving his goals, his public trepidation, and how he prefers to shield his children from unfavorable attention. “I’m working on dying/ Yeah, yeah/ (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Gotta have a space) Yeah (Go “Fightin’ back tears, I pledged to swap gears/ And said to myself, “Whatever you do, you won’t do it partially”/ From this day forward, I move with a new ferocity/ Ferrari coupe velocity, a fail proof philosophy,” he says in his lyric. J Cole’s latest album, ‘The Off-Season,’ landed at number one on the Billboard 200 chart and includes guest verses from 21 Savage and Lil.

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