J. Cole gave fans a surprise by releasing a new video and song titled “Heaven’s EP” on Tuesday to show that he is the only two-week-old “Certified Lover Boy” album of the Canadian paper rapper to the tune of Drake’s “Pipe Down”.
Cole raps on track:
“Some people say I’m running third, they throw bronze at me.”
Behind Drake and Dot [Kendrick Lamar]Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.
Maybe deep down I’m scared of my brightness /
So when you see me on the red carpet, I’m moving awkwardly.
Watch the video below, directed by Simon Chasallo and filmed in Las Vegas below.
In May of this year, Cole shared his sixth studio album, The Off-Season. The 12-track project debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and boasted the presence of 21 Savage, Lil Baby, Bus, 6 Lac and Moore.
As previously mentioned in “Pipe Down”, the remastered beat for Cole “Heaven’s EP” was included in Drake’s record-breaking album CLB. The project debuted at number 1 on the Billboard charts in its first week and it moved to 613,000 album-equivalent units, making it the biggest debut of 2021.
In other news, Cole is set to launch his “off-season tour,” which also featured Morare, 21 Savage and Druski in Miami on Friday. Thet tour is in support of his recent album of the same name.
Diversity In his review, he says: “Cole’s new record,” Off-Season, “reads as a turning point. In between, the lyricist’s practice and Banger’s one-of-a-kind mixtape-strength record.In his relaxation, the album তার one of his most economical and fully consistent এটি is a blurry jolt, a shameless and believable statement of the rapper’s all-time prestige as an MC.