‘Poke It Out’ by Wale and J Cole is a ‘waste of two amazing musicians,’ according to fans.

0

Wale’s new full-length project will also include his recent single ‘Down South’ that features Yella Beezy and Maxo Kream on the guest verses

Known for his hit singles like ‘Chillin’ and ‘Pretty Girls’, Wale dropped a new single with J Cole ahead of his brand new album ‘’Folarin II’ that will hit the Internet on October 22. The new single is called ‘Poke It Out’ and is part of the album’s official tracklist. Wale and Cole go a long way back collaborating on several tracks but some of their famous ones include ‘My Boy (Freestyle)’ and ‘Rather Be With You’.

Wale took to his Instagram a day earlier to announce the new collaboration with Cole. The 37-year-old rapper’s new full-length project will also include his recent single ‘Down South’ that features Yella Beezy and Maxo Kream on the guest verses. J Cole, on the other hand, is completely on a roll as the latest collab marks his third release in three weeks. He first dropped a freestyle called ‘Heaven’s EP’ on Drake’s instrumental of ‘Pipe Down’ followed by a collab with Joyner Lucas on the song called ‘Your Heart’.

Brinkwire News
Drake dubs J Cole ‘greatest rapper’ after ‘Pipe Down’ freestyle, fans say it’s fact

‘Snow on tha Bluff’: J Cole drops politically charged track, surprised fans call him the GOAT



Wale taps J Cole for new single ‘Poke It Out’

Wale, whose real name is Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, roped in producer Cool & Dre for his latest track where they sampled Q-Tip’s 1999 classic ‘Vivrant Thing’ that was originally produced by Jay Dee. Talking about the lyrics, Wale kickstarts the song with a chorus that gets him crooning, “I just wanna see if you gon’ lie or you gon’ love me/ I was gettin’ broads way before I got the money, honey/Since I been a star they don’t love me/ The ceilings got stars when the star ain’t got no ceiling.” He then effortlessly slips into the first verse and raps, “My regards to the broads that thought I was done/ Pick a side, pick a side and die on the joint/ I been letting things slide they trying too hard/Cause I ain’t left the city once, still travel aboard.”

J Cole then hops on the second verse where he takes a dig at his competition. On ‘Poke It Out’, Cole raps, “Evidently, the coach can’t bench me/ The franchise player, I don’t know how to miss/And they can’t buy a lay-up, I’m anti what they are/I can’t take my eyes off your pants I swear/Girl, you shinning like a damn Moncler.” Speaking of Wale’s latest project,. Brinkwire Brief News.

Share.

Comments are closed.