J. Cole Has Revealed He’s Dropping An Album Next Year

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J. Cole has big plans for 2020.

During his Friday performance at the Day N Vegas festival, the Dreamville rapper presented a satirical campaign ad that teased his next much-anticipated sixth studio album. The video began with footage of police, protestors, and lawmakers, before cutting to clips and photos of Cole overlaid with a waving American flag.

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“It seems like shit is all fucked up. The country needs a hero to turn to in these turbulent times. Jermaine Cole is that hero,” the narrator says. “He’s a man whose humility knows no bounds. A man whose pen is so potent, each word of his verses reportedly cost $2,000. We need someone with big ideas and bold solutions. An expert in diplomacy. A candidate who can heal the inter-generational war… There is only one answer, one true unifier to heal the country. Make your voice heard. Vote for The Fall Off in 2020.”

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The Fall Off is expected to be the follow-up to Cole’s 2018 album KOD, which concludes with “1985 (Intro to ‘The Fall Off’)” track. The rapper has been teasing the project for a minute and apparently began working on it well before KOD‘s release. During a 2018 interview with Angie Martinez, Cole revealed his 2016 tracks “False Prophets” and “everybody dies” were intended for The Fall Off.

Source: Complex

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