Video: J. Cole & Reflection Eternal Discuss “Just Begun”

Cole, Kweli and Hi-Tek discuss their track “Just Begun”.


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12 Responses to “Video: J. Cole & Reflection Eternal Discuss “Just Begun””

  1. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    although i don’t know how cole is gonna do a show in CT tonight and a club performance but w/e. he’ll probably show up at 1:30-45.

    but if you check facebook events the nights called pandora thursdays ‘a star is born’ hosted by j. cole.

  2. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    although i don’t know how cole is gonna do a show in CT tonight and a club performance but w/e. he’ll probably show up at 1:30-45.

    but if you check facebook events the nights called pandora thursdays ‘a star is born’ hosted by j. cole.

  3. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    damn my fault.

  4. Mag Says:

    # Eric Mangini Says:
    April 29th, 2010 at 11:59 am

    I cried when Isaiah got fired
    ^

    I laughed at this*

  5. SeniorCivilian Says:

    We’ve only Just Begunnnnnn….

  6. Bricktop Says:

    *daps Bx*

    wow. for a second there i thought cats were taking their Drake/Kanye bromances to the next level. if the bullet fits, wear it.

    FTR Bricktop is nobody’s boo.

    okay, maybe my wife’s, but that’s it. anything else would be uncivilized.

  7. Bricktop Says:

    waaaaay too many iconic Ghost verses to claim one is the best. all of his verses are the best. yes, all of them.

  8. Shooter Says:

    Cole sure does a lot of interviews

  9. Mag Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=EdNDdXP6bM8

  10. Shooter Says:

    waaaaay too many iconic Ghost verses to claim one is the best.
    ^^^

    word

  11. ViolenceInSilence Says:

    Talib hits himself with a Men in Black memory flash everytime someone renegades him on his own shit. Happens like every collab he does.

    Lol @ Statik not including Talibs verse to that “Coming Around” joint on 100 Proof.

  12. ViolenceInSilence Says:

    @Shooter

    I’d diagnose him with Jay Electronicism, but he actually makes music in between flip-cam combos.

    And as much as I’m rooting for the kid, I doubt he’ll make it too far beyond college radio. He doesn’t give off a very marketable feel [||] going off of his music. It’s quality, indubitably, but I think he’s going to get eschewed into Little Brother’s corner of hip-hop as soon as he makes the wrong song. But I’m just a nigga with a keyboard, so who am I to call it.

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