J Cole is an American hip hop rapper, songwriter and record producer from Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Starting his music career in 1999, he released his debut mixtape, The Come Up, in 2007, which led to him signing to Roc Nation. He released his debut album, 'Cole World: The Sideline Story', in 2011, which hit #1 in the Billboard Hot 200. Continuing his success his albums, 'Born Sinner', in 2013 and '2014 Forest Hills Drive', released in 2014, also reached the top spot.
He released his album, 4 Your Eyez Only, in December 2016, giving him his fourth #1 album. He supported the album with a world tour in 2017, reaching North America, the UK, Europe, and Australia.
J Cole would make a welcome return with the release of his latest album, 'KOD', in April 2018. Supporting the LP, he'll head back in the UK in July 2018, and has been confirmed to headline both Wireless Festival in London and Dublin's Longitude Festival. He then heads out on the KOD US/Canada Tour - with special guest Young Thug - later in the year. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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One of the best shows I have been to! Such a humble guy, connected with the audience so well. The environment was insane, he made it feel like a whole other world. Ending it with an old hit definitely was the best moment. It was too cold outside to wait for so long in the line, but in the end was worth the wait for sure! Best experience, enjoyed it very much, great venue. No bad moments whatsoever, one to remember!!
The atmosphere was energetic. He played most of his song from his debut mixtape The Warm Up including the tracks Welcome and Dead Presidents II. J. Cole was very unpredictable as he ended up playing songs from his other album Born Sinner. Overall was an enjoyable experience as we were part of something that meant so much to him
Mon 23rd Apr 2018
J. Cole is often regarded as being at modern hip hop's top table, alongside Drake and Kendrick Lamar. If we're talking about album sales, arena tours and all-round brand recognition, the North Carolina rhymer undoubtedly deserves his spot in this holy trinity. And, to his credit, he's largely achieved it without sacrificing the “true school” essence so revered by critics.