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Video: J. Cole on Good*Fella Radio’s Hip-Hop Series (Full)

Here’s Cole’s full interview with Good*Fella Radio.

We sat down with Rapper / Producer J. Cole and asked him plenty of questions like: being on tour, being creative, album not done yet, mixtape coming out soon, relationship with Jay-Z, producing on a major level, investing in rapping, scared of thanking a vacation and more!

Previously: J. Cole – I’m On It


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10 Responses to “Video: J. Cole on Good*Fella Radio’s Hip-Hop Series (Full)”

  1. cOLD Says:

    days old brisket > j cole lyrics

  2. Travelin' Man Says:

    » Rappers Looking Like Magicians

    ^ rofl

  3. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    @cOLD

    *late pass*

    Just heard undefeated for the first time last night.It was better than raw angry make up sex(II) I need you to bless me with some recent Elzhi you may have in your possession.I got preface/witness my features/and his older shit.Can you oblige me in my request(II)???

  4. Cypher Says:

    Not to jinx j Cole or nothin but he ain’t gonna get popular till he gets into some kinda horrific accident, merk someone, or almost gets merked

  5. eASTERN_dIGITAL aKA nAHRIGHT'S fANTASY fOOTBALL cHAMP Says:

    Got that Paul Cain, fiends say my shit Fabolous

  6. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    As a fellow peer of Kanye [having worked alongside him as young men with Roc-A-Fella] did you always foresee his global stardom?

    I saw his potential when he first played me a rough demo of “Hey Mama” in LA. It was that and “All Falls Down.” I was like ‘Yo, he maybe onto something.’ But at the same time those records started to come about when he started to be around Jay-Z more. [He] started working with more high caliber artists, a lot of that rubbed off on him. As producers, we have an advantage because we’re the ones who make the songs. So even when his lyrics weren’t as strong as they are now, he always made good songs. If you knew him and his drive and how badly he wanted it you definitely saw it coming. If you didn’t, you should have.

  7. cOLD Says:

    S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    October 28th, 2010 at 1:18 pm
    @cOLD

    *late pass*

    Just heard undefeated for the first time last night.It was better than raw angry make up sex(II) I need you to bless me with some recent Elzhi you may have in your possession.I got preface/witness my features/and his older shit.Can you oblige me in my request(II)???

    ^ sorry S.I.C.K, eventhough I stan for Elzhi, I just have his albums… none of the mixtapes that came out… That checkmate opening line set the bar mad high. check with d-block, I think he might have what you’re looking for. ntpf.

  8. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    The Diplomats [Dipset] have reconciled and reunited, any chance you’ll be working with them again?

    I did something with Juelz a couple of years back. I have no problems with Juelz [business wise or personality wise] we are still cool.

    As far as me working with them [Dipset] as a whole? Probably not. Good times though, we made some good records. Sometimes… you make your mark with somebody, don’t try to relive it, just let it be that moment in history that it was and keep it moving.

  9. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    check with d-block, I think he might have what you’re looking for. ntpf.
    ^^

    Man I ain`t got a link from him in eons.Lemme find out I`m no longer on the “cool peeps”list.

    I`ll search around.

  10. cOLD Says:

    checkmate, crown me king. This loaded fo-fo make you fold up like a yo yo wrapped around a string

    ..But till it spray, this pen in my knuckle will sway, to send trouble your way. Like N.W.A, Ren, coupled with Dre.

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