Video: J. Cole – Bornsinner.com Vlog w/ J.Cole (Episode #7)

Catch Cole on MTV RapFIx Live at 4:00 PM EST today.

Previously: J.Cole’s Born Sinner NYC In-Store


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19 Responses to “Video: J. Cole – Bornsinner.com Vlog w/ J.Cole (Episode #7)”

  1. King James Says:

    #coleworld

  2. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    casket, are you jealous of Danny Brown?

  3. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    http://www.songkick.com/artists/1263361-danny-brown/calendar

    look at this shit mayne

    dude is in like 10 different countries in 4 months

    i aint countin pockets

    but its more reliable than caskmatics

  4. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    still lol @ asshat gettin ran outta the D like hex n’em passed him a baton.

    hilarious.

  5. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    F YOU PAY ME! Says:
    June 19th, 2013 at 3:23 pm

    casket, are you jealous of Danny Brown?
    =======

    100%

  6. King James Says:

    Detroit 187

  7. b Says:

    casket why lie?

    no shots harlem world

  8. Casket Face Says:

    Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:
    June 19th, 2013 at 3:14 pm
    danny brown doin festivals out in europe & australia

    10000-20000 people in the crowd

    ^^^^

    Aight bruh…

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    The festivals still standing have increasingly relied on big-name, superstar headliners, crafting lineups that, in the words of Spoon manager Ben Dickey, are “meant to impress.” Leading Coachella is rap heavyweight Jay-Z, and Lollapalooza snared pop fashionista Lady Gaga. Coachella fees for most acts are said to start around $15,000, and extend into the “high six figures,” with top-billed artists expected to break the seven-figure barrier in 2010.

    “The money is really good at festivals,” said Dangerbird Records head Jeff Castelaz, whose Silver Lake-based label had a breakout year in 2009 with Coachella vets the Silversun Pickups.”It is extremely great for the artists in the top third of the billing. That’s the way the world works. If you’re an ascendant band, and you get onto a festival, it really makes you feel like you’re getting somewhere.”

    Yet fees for the multitude of artists who perform at Coachella pre-sundown aren’t increasing at the rate of those for headliners, said artist and label reps interviewed by Pop & Hiss. The fight, they said, to simply be a name on the festival poster has intensified.

    “There is more competition,” Dickey said. “Every year, the bar for how good you have to be to get on a festival is perceived to be lower. A hot new band that is big on MySpace, or has a lot of Twitter followers but doesn’t have a record out, might be on Lollapalooza. That certainly wouldn’t have happened the first few years of these festivals.”

    Brooklyn’s dance-rock duo Sleigh Bells fits such a description in 2010, as the Coachella act’s debut won’t be released until May 11. Chicago’s the Windish Agency is run by Tom Windish, and the company represents more than 20 acts who will appear at Coachella in 2010. Some of his artists may even lose money to do so.

    “Artists will go out of their way to play a festival because it’s so advantageous,” Windish said. “But that means they may fly in to do it, and the expense to do it is very significant. Let’s say you get paid $10,000 to play the El Rey, and you get $15,000 to play Coachella, even though you’re getting more, you’re spending more to do the gig.”

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    “If you only play clubs, you’re relying on converted fans to see you,” Windish continued. “Or you’re an upcoming act, which doesn’t pay much money at all. How big are they going to get if you just keep playing to the 500 people who will pay $15 to see you in Chicago?”

    ^^^^

    He’s not getting $15,000. We both know that. Why? He doesn’t have an commercial album. There for NO CONTRACT. NO CONTRACT NO RESIDUALS.

  9. Free J Says:

    Stfu noodle mouth… U been in the friend zone for a decade. U da crowned king…that’s ya thrown.

  10. Free J Says:

    Brandon got a anti female force field

  11. b Says:

    Stfu noodle mouth… U been in the friend zone for a decade. U da crowned king…that’s ya thrown.

    > I love you brother,peace be unto you my caucasian friend.

  12. Free J Says:

    You respond because I COMMAND YOU TO.

    Your soul is mine (c) Shang Tsung

  13. Free J Says:

    Brandon comin out wit his own line of female repellant

  14. Gob Bluth Says:

    J. Cole ✔ @JColeNC

    Your 1 listen reviews are fucking up hip hop.

    ^

    this is the problem right here, niggas think they’re owed something because they’re rappers

  15. b Says:

    this nigga been reading too many frankie comments smh

  16. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    imagine being jealous of a toothless, possibly bisexual junkie from detroit

    shit

    you motherfucks are insane

  17. b Says:

    Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:
    June 19th, 2013 at 3:36 pm
    imagine being jealous of a toothless, possibly bisexual junkie from detroit

    shit

    you motherfucks are insane

    > You aint never lie,today.

  18. The Architek Says:

    how did sick pinch that weed?

    did he take it out beforehand?

    or as stevens took it, did he say “wait. hol’ up” and dig in the bag, disrespectfully?

  19. b Says:

    or as stevens took it, did he say “wait. hol’ up” and dig in the bag, disrespectfully?

    > This nigga jds a cop lmao. who the fuck is stevens?

    Jds email me bro, I know a developer who wants you to design a five building complex. theres room an board in it for you if youre interested.

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