J. Cole’s – “KOD” (Album)

J. Cole’s return with a new song titled “KOD” (Album)

J. Cole has been MIA from the music scene for as far back as eighteen months, last hitting us with his 4 Your Eyez Only collection back in December of 2016, however not long ago he came back from his rest to shock fans with the declaration of his fifth studio collection K.O.D, which he uncovered after his free show Monday night would drop in a matter of days on 4/20. Well now that time has come, and K.O.D has formally arrived.

The 12-track venture, which once again has no highlights other than his modify sense of self kiLL Edward, has three implications for the acronym “K.O.D,” including King Overdosed, Kill Our Demons, and Kids On Drugs. The collection cover has a disclaimer in white content, saying “This collection is in now path proposed to extol addiction,” and it shows up Cole took a conceptual course to handle the utilization of medications to avoid adapting to personal issues. Truth be told, the acronym “Children On Drugs” alludes to kids confronting their personal issues with recreational and prescription medications as observed by the back collection cover.


Sufficiently fascinating, the venture closes with the outro “1985,” which is the year Jermaine was conceived, as well as will apparently fill in as an introduction into Cole’s next untitled task too.

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the concept collection completely by means of Apple Music. Hit play and let us know what record you’re feeling the most?


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