Roc Nation's own J. Cole will soon release his new "Friday Night Lights" mixtape. The project features a song with Young Money's star, Drake who at one time was going to freestyle battle J Cole. The two later decided not follow through on the battle, rather work together to make solid great songs like "In The Morning" [listen here], one of the highly anticipated tracks from the mixtape.
"I really, really, really like J. Cole. His rhyme structures, the concepts, there's a little bit of pain in his raps. It's music, man. It's deep music," Drake recently said. Drake says he relates with J Cole's want to make inventive hip hop music. "It's a kid who is trying to draw you into his world and I think that's what it takes in rap right now. You can't just be the generic, [like,] 'Oh, I rap great,' but have nothing to say. J. Cole's really trying to draw people into his world and I respect that a lot because that's my goal, period."
Check out Drake talk about the Roc Nation artist along with bonus footage from Drake's 24th birthday party. Also, don't miss the behind the scenes footage from Rihanna's "What's My Name" music video shoot, which of course also features Drake.
Drake – Gives Praise To Roc Nation's J Cole
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