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Video: J. Cole on KUBE 93’s Sound Session

The tour is over but here’s some footage of when J. Cole was in Seattle.

J. Cole stopped by the Sunday Night Sound Session studio at KUBE 93 in Seattle on 10-17-09 to talk with DJ Hyphen and J. Moore while in town for the Blueprint 3 tour with Jay-Z.

In the first part of the interview, J. Cole discussed his background, his influences on the mic, his first rap name, how graduating college changed his life both in and out the booth, the struggles of being a producer, and more.

Hit the jump for parts 2 & 3.

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9 Responses to “Video: J. Cole on KUBE 93’s Sound Session”

  1. Harlem World Says:

    wow, i listened to big brother after that beans interview and kanye is dissing jay-z on some “you should never meet your idol” shit.

  2. Black Favre Says:

    *daps Adrian Peterson*

  3. Harlem World Says:

    I told Jay I did a song with Coldplay
    Next thing I know he got a song with Coldplay
    Back in my mind I’m like “Damn, no way”
    Translate, espanol “No way, Jose”
    Then I went and told Jay Brown
    Shoulda known THAT was gon’ come back around
    Shoulda talked to you like a man, shoulda told you first
    But I told somebody else and that’s what made shit worse

  4. Harlem World Says:

    Partyin’ S.O.B.’s and we had packed a crowd
    Big brother got his show up at Madison Square
    And I’m like “Yeah, yeah, we gon’ be there” but
    Not only did I not get a chance to spit it
    Colleen told me I could buy two tickets
    I guess big brother was thinkin’ a little different
    And kept little brother at bay, at a distance
    But everything that I felt was more bogus
    Only made me more focused, only wrote more potent
    Only thing I wanna know is why I get looked over
    I guess I’ll understand when I get more older
    Big brother saw me at the bottom of the totem
    Now I’m on the top and everybody on the scrotum

  5. REAL TALKS like i'm speakin' non-fiction; word. Says:

    SEATTLE >>>>

  6. BrokenEmpires Says:

    For what it’s worth, Beans has been making a lot of sense.
    Even though, I don’t think he realizes that it’s all business at the end of the day. And not meant to be some sort of brotherhood where niggas owe you something.
    I mean at least they got a shot, how many other rappers NEVER get a shot in their whole lifes???? They had the chance at fucked it up.
    That’s why I like Game, becuase he did bite the hand that fed him, BUT he only did it to continue. And not vanish into a wikipedia page.
    Beans could have did the same and branched off but he was too ignorant in the music industry to get the hints early on. He stuck for way longer then he was supposed to over at Roc-A-Fella records.
    It seams like he’s mad because they didn’t held his hand for longer.
    Some people are scared to evolve and become their own man.

  7. Carolina's Favorite, Marijuana Blazah Says:

    Shout to dudes that conducted the Interview, finally, ACTUAL questions of some substance.

  8. bx nikka Says:

    OMFG!! I’ve just watched a video with KAR Pistol Pete gettin fucked in the ass by Yayi the queen from Ruff Ryder!!! shit crazy, I’m sure shit has something to do with the recent killing of Beck
    damn, KAR is really done

    sorry for the spamming, I’ve alread post the message but shit is really crazy right now, BX is moving, lot of heads will fall on the ground soon

  9. Mike Says:

    Harlem World, Big Brother is clearly not a diss. I’m sure everyone else here knows this, but I’m the only person taking the time to tell you. Have you listened to the third verse? It’s a song about a complex relationship mixing the good and the bad – like siblings.

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