Recording artist, singer and producer J. Cole has a new video out for his song “Crooked Smile” and it’s reportedly dedicated to a Detroiter who made headlines in 2010.
J. Cole, whose real name is Jermaine Lamarr Cole, reportedly pays respect to 7-year-old Aiyana Jones, who was killed in 2010 during a Detroit Police raid that made national news.
You can watch the “Crooked Smile” video above
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Not long after J. Cole apologized for his offensive line concerning autism, Drake decided to make amends as well. The Young Money star felt awful about “pain” his song may have caused, and also felt he had a shared responsibility in the matter.
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All good things must come to an end. And last week, J.Cole brought his Dollar & A Dream tour to an end in Detroit and Toronto. Here’s the recap of the grand finale. Born Sinner in stores now.
J. Cole and the Dollar & A Dream Tour in Houston. Each of these shows are only a $1 to enter and first come, first serve. Cole performs classic songs from the Warm Up to Born Sinner. Shouts to the New Legend, Kendrick Lamar for coming through.. Up next, the final stops… Detroit and Toronto.
J.Cole was in the DMV yesterday and brought his tour to The Fillmore. After receiving a shirt from a fan, Cole invited her on the stage to perform “Back To The Topic”. Basic fans? Toss ’em out.
After bringing Drake out for a surprise performance during Dollar and a Dream show at the Irving Plaza in New York, J. Cole and Drake headed straight to the Best Buy in Union Square to purchase Born Sinner.
Alicia Keys’ “Set The World On Fire” tour stopped at the Barclays Center last night in Brooklyn. During Miguel’s set, he was accompanied by J.Cole for the first live performance of “Power Trip”. Video coming soon.
J.Cole is such a nice person who genuinely loves his fans. JColeNation, the site his fans created was about to shut down until he and other members of Dreamville, stepped in and basically made sure it wasn’t going to close. Not only do fans rely on this site that has up to date information, Cole’s own family frequent the site as well. On the site they posted, “Despite wanting to save it, we just couldn’t afford to keep it running.”
The writer continued, “Honestly, I didn’t even think having the server extended would be enough to keep JCN alive because the drive (or lack there of) was as big of an issue as the funds were. But these words pushed us over the fence, and then a little further.”
-J Cole Nation
Cole and DJ Drama throw in a lil’ bit of Wu-Tang and liberates a revamped version of “Miss America” with some new bars included. Yup, it’s yourz, but Born Sinner is coming later.