J. Cole – Who Dat (prod. J. Cole; co-prod. Elite)

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This shit knocks. Shouts to J. Cole & Elite for spazzing on this beat.

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Album’s dropping this summer.


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91 Responses to “J. Cole – Who Dat (prod. J. Cole; co-prod. Elite)”

  1. IKnow Says:

    Woooo! Cole World!

    I’m feelin this one.

  2. KzA Says:

    Nate.. this summer? Come on.. we need a release date

  3. lil mane young Says:

    Jay elec > Cole

  4. hl Says:

    The only funny charachter on the Cleveland show is Cleveland.

  5. Beezy Says:

    Album’s dropping this summer.

    ^I’ll put the house up that it doesn’t.

  6. 007 Says:

    J cole=overated

    Whats so special bout him?

    Ehhhh im just hatin

  7. plug Says:

    @plug..

    really tho? with that generic ass box?
    ——-
    I know I know… I took the picture before I built the box. I actually called rockford and got the specs for the subs and built a ported box to hit at 35 htz… and it matched the floor of the trunk, I just never took another pic… or at least I cant find it…

  8. Rey Says:

    This isn’t bad. I still can’t take J. Cole seriously.

    Okay, couple lines made me smirk. Proceed, Cole.

  9. hl Says:

    This album isn’t dropping ever. 8 months from now J Cole will be on an internet podcast show bitching about Jay-Z/Roc-Nation.

  10. ridalen Says:

    This isn’t bad. I still can’t take J. Cole seriously.

    Okay, couple lines made me smirk. Proceed, Cole.

    ^^

    YOP.

  11. Voltron aka fuck detox Says:

    #WHODATWHODAT

    AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH

  12. KzA Says:

    This album is probably 70% done already…

  13. Rey Says:

    # hl Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:13 pm

    This album isn’t dropping ever. 8 months from now J Cole will be on an internet podcast show bitching about Jay-Z/Roc-Nation.

    ^^^

    Most likely, yeah. This song isn’t bad, but it’s not a single, it’s not special, and the longer it went on the less I liked it. This is a good Soundtrack song, or Intro to an album song, but without better/more memorable music framing it, it’s ehhh status

  14. CiCi The Intern Says:

    J.Cole = the college rapper that made it. That’s a compliment.

  15. hl Says:

    JT Money is rolling in his grave right now.

  16. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    album cover is Attention Deficit 2

  17. Bricktop Says:

    how many people worldwide hear the thuggin in the music and see these images on TV and think that this is what black people are all about.

    ^
    tardy pass: you, my friend, have no idea how ridiculous we look to the rest of the world. as someone who’s globetrotted a fair amount over the last decade or so, i will say that Mtv/BET have totally ruined any respect that an American Black male could hope to garner from the international community. case in point: i’m walking down the street in Turkey and several young merchants (who – prior to noticing me – were trying to peddle their leather/stoneware goods to several white tourists in damn near perfect English) saw me and immediately started repeatedly shouting “G-Unit!!!” and “Whats up my Neegah?!” my mind was blown simply b/c they were dead serious. this is how they genuinely believe a conversation with random Black people should begin. true story.

  18. 007 Says:

    Dat Curren$y track Role Model is Fire

    No one can deny that.

    Curren$y>J. Cole

  19. Rey Says:

    in the last hour:

    em > cole > that cam song i will never, ever listen to > gameson metha

  20. Beezy Says:

    If J. Cole dropped this month, he’d do like 5,000 first year. He won’t get anywhere near a retail establishment until he proves otherwise.

  21. why? Says:

    J. Cole verse on Reflection Eternal song > Aubrey on Forever
    This > Over

    Cole = Your favorite rappers favorite rapper favorite rapper

    People’s stannery and choosing Aubrey as the favorite disgusts me.

  22. hl Says:

    case in point: i’m walking down the street in Turkey and several young merchants (who – prior to noticing me – were trying to peddle their leather/stoneware goods to several white tourists in damn near perfect English) saw me and immediately started repeatedly shouting “G-Unit!!!” and “Whats up my Neegah?!” my mind was blown simply b/c they were dead serious.

    ^Were you guys wearing your matching G-Unit wife beaters at the time?

  23. Beezy Says:

    I bet that homo KzA would proudly rock that “JC” fitted he has on…lookin’ like a Jersey City resident and shit

  24. Troyvul Says:

    What Single does he have pushing this album?

  25. KzA Says:

    Beezy Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 4:18 pm
    If J. Cole dropped this month, he’d do like 5,000 first year. He won’t get anywhere near a retail establishment until he proves otherwise.

    ^
    yea he needs a marketing push, which is hopefully why they arent releasing the album yet even though im sure its very close to if not already done

  26. Beezy Says:

    Cole = Your favorite rappers favorite rapper favorite rapper

    People’s stannery and choosing Aubrey as the favorite disgusts me.

    ^should you really be commenting on anyone’s stanning given the shit that you just typed?

    I say no.

  27. Beezy Says:

    Troyvul Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    What Single does he have pushing this album?

    ^the single dollar bill that he has earned from rap to be used for gas to sell the album out of his trunk.

  28. hl Says:

    If J. Cole dropped this month, he’d do like 5,000 first year.

    *dead* at 5000 first YEAR sales.

  29. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    seeing as how he’s been running with Kweli & ‘em, i think that’s going to end up being his crowd. how Jay is going to capitalize off of that… idk

  30. hl Says:

    I might be wrong, but it seems like in 2010 an artist like J Cole on a major label doesn’t benefit anyone involved.

  31. KzA Says:

    Beezy Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 4:20 pm
    I bet that homo KzA would proudly rock that “JC” fitted he has on…lookin’ like a Jersey City resident and shit
    ^

    *orders custom made knee high rubber rain boots*

  32. KzA Says:

    hl Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 4:23 pm
    I might be wrong, but it seems like in 2010 an artist like J Cole on a major label doesn’t benefit anyone involved.
    ^

    could be true.. lets hope not

  33. lil mane young Says:

    j Cole is not ready, more mixtapes needed

  34. Beezy Says:

    *orders custom made knee high rubber rain boots*

    ^if they were for you they’d be about 8″ tall

  35. Beezy Says:

    who is J. Cole’s target market? Young, midget-sized, jean-shorted white kids from the burbs who still live with their parents?

    How many of them are there in the world really?

  36. Tong Po Flo Says:

    JT Money is rolling in his grave right now.

    ^ roffle I was just about to write something like that

  37. #thebroadstreetbastid Says:

    #Weak.

  38. #thebroadstreetbastid Says:

    Laws > J Cole

    Who dat = JT Money & Sole * DEAD!

  39. Bricktop Says:

    ^Were you guys wearing your matching G-Unit wife beaters at the time?

    ^
    fuck!
    *deep sigh*
    yes.

  40. No_neva-eva Says:

    NC>

  41. Tong Po Flo Says:

    who is J. Cole’s target market?

    ^ Listen to his music and ya’ll know

  42. yahright Says:

    WHO DAT WHO DAT

  43. Voltron aka fuck detox Says:

    I swear down I wanna smack the shit outta some of these fuckin newbies.

    Someone’s gonna get a glass of ether soon.

    I mean ’06 ether.

  44. hl Says:

    NC>

    —-

    yes…yes it is…

  45. KzA Says:

    Im just gonna ignore those shots Beezy. You seeem like your angry

  46. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    j Cole is not ready

    ^^

    what does this mean exactly? i’ve seen people type this over and over since dude started putting out music after his deal.

    dude should have never signed to Roc Nation. the pressure is on him, that Canadian nigga is feelin’ himself [n] and throwing shots, and the only mentor he has favors his manufactured rival and hasn’t been hip-hop in years… the chips are stacked against him, for real.

  47. ridalen Says:

    Listen to his music and ya’ll know

    ^^

    *listens*
    *ponders*
    *is confused*

  48. JohnDough Says:

    Damn they put that out fast I still had the clean version on repeat and BAM! WHO DAT WHO DAT!!

  49. KzA Says:

    Am I the only one thats extremely confused why Drake and JCole are uttered in the same breath? They are in completely and totally different lanes, and are anything BUT the only two ‘new rappers’ around right now..

  50. "A" Chick Says:

    restlessbx Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 4:19 pm
    Em fucking obliterated this freestyle. Jesus Christ. There are mad quotables on this. This is fucking maniacal.

    Anyone dropped near June needs to relax, seriously. NOBODY is fucking this man when hes rapping like this, white, black, octaroon, I could give a flying fuck. White boy is the fucking truth.

    Sorry… freestyle got me a lil amped… 6/5 for lack of a better description.
    ——–
    THIS

  51. lil mane young Says:

    what does this mean exactly? i’ve seen people type this over and over since dude started putting out music after his deal.

    ^ because he is expected to drop radio singles, and j cole sounds like he really loves hip hop not pop.

    he needs to find a lane like lupe did

  52. Rey Says:

    LOL @ Octaroon

    ****

    # KzA Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:31 pm

    Im just gonna ignore those shots Beezy. You seeem like your angry

    ^^^

    Y-O-U-R-E

  53. hl Says:

    There are mad quotables on this.

    Name one.

  54. Rey Says:

    # lil mane young Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    what does this mean exactly? i’ve seen people type this over and over since dude started putting out music after his deal.

    ^ because he is expected to drop radio singles, and j cole sounds like he really loves hip hop not pop.

    he needs to find a lane like lupe did

    ^^^

    Lupe didn’t hit it big until he made a poppity pop single. I know he had credibility off the leak of F & L and the actual album itself, but he didn’t hit radio big until “Superstar”, a VERY caucasian “OMG BECKY I LOVE THIS SONGGGGGGG!!”

  55. why? Says:

    SMH at the c-section class of 2010

    1. RNC
    2. lil mane young
    3. Bricktop
    4. 007
    5. the rest of the newbs on the night and weekends

  56. Rey Says:

    …song.

  57. Windy City Villian Says:

    tardy pass: you, my friend, have no idea how ridiculous we look to the rest of the world. as someone who’s globetrotted a fair amount over the last decade or so, i will say that Mtv/BET have totally ruined any respect that an American Black male could hope to garner from the international community. case in point: i’m walking down the street in Turkey and several young merchants (who – prior to noticing me – were trying to peddle their leather/stoneware goods to several white tourists in damn near perfect English) saw me and immediately started repeatedly shouting “G-Unit!!!” and “Whats up my Neegah?!” my mind was blown simply b/c they were dead serious.

    ^^^

    Meh…at the same time, at what point do we stop trying to explain away the next man’s ignorance…that example is really not much different than the average american idiot that thinks the Middle East is filled with nothing but suicidal islamic terrorists…or somebody walking up to a random asian person making “ching chong ching” noises and faux kung fu moves…whose fault is that really? Do you go “Damn those movies about arab terrorists or asian ninjas” or do place the onus on the ignorant idiot?

  58. JohnDough Says:

    j Cole is not ready

    ^^

    what does this mean exactly? i’ve seen people type this over and over since dude started putting out music after his deal.

    dude should have never signed to Roc Nation. the pressure is on him, that Canadian nigga is feelin’ himself [n] and throwing shots, and the only mentor he has favors his manufactured rival and hasn’t been hip-hop in years… the chips are stacked against him, for real.

    ^^
    Hey the fact that the Canadian fool with the beaty eyes and wobbly head is throwing shots is good( Coles on heels like socks) the man is threatened. Jay’s feeding him advice on the low, the time is still in build up phase, it’ll come, the hate is premature

  59. "A" Chick Says:

    KzA Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 4:33 pm
    Am I the only one thats extremely confused why Drake and JCole are uttered in the same breath? They are in completely and totally different lanes, and are anything BUT the only two ‘new rappers’ around right now..
    ————
    It’s for the best.

    Ye’ and 50 are light years apart but pitting them against each other for the release odf Graduation and Curtis, made them BOTH do solid numbers.

  60. Beezy Says:

    restlessbx Says:

    NOBODY is fucking this man when hes rapping like this

    ^paws

  61. DTL Says:

    # 007 Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:18 pm

    Curren$y>J. Cole

    ^^^^^^^^^

    Off yourself with a dull rusty ass butterknife

  62. KzA Says:

    Sorry for the nongrammer check Rey.. jesus

  63. lil mane young Says:

    Lupe didn’t hit it big until he made a poppity pop single. I know he had credibility off the leak of F & L and the actual album itself, but he didn’t hit radio big until “Superstar”, a VERY caucasian “OMG BECKY I LOVE THIS SONGGGGGGG!!”

    ^ exactly what i said

  64. JohnDough Says:

    Curren$y>J. Cole

    ^^^^^^^^^

    Off yourself with a dull rusty ass butterknife

    ^^^^^^^^^

    Seriously

  65. rdawodu Says:

    To be honest, I love J.Cole! But this song didn’t get me hype, it failed to climax. He does need another mixtape before his album.

    Also, if wale dropped an album, so can j.cole, he just shouldn’t drop at same time as wayne.

  66. Beezy Says:

    KzA Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:38 pm

    Sorry for the nongrammer check Rey.. jesus

    ^grammar*

  67. rdawodu Says:

    by wanye, i mean’t drake.

  68. lil mane young Says:

    # why? Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    SMH at the c-section class of 2010

    1. RNC
    2. lil mane young
    3. Bricktop
    4. 007
    5. the rest of the newbs on the night and weekends

    ^* is in spirit form*

  69. rdawodu Says:

    and by wanye i meant Wayne*

    *goes to proof read paper he just wrote*

  70. koa29 Says:

    @hl

    Try listening. Sure it’s that rappity flow but the dude’s fucking around, it’s a freestyle to build some buzz for the single dropping on Friday

    There’s plently of quotables, he fucking spazzes when the “Over” beat pauses for a few

  71. Chief Ali Says:

    Sorry for the nongrammer check Rey.. jesus

    ——–

    its grammar

    i know the textbooks you had access to in school were adequate (ie: not missing pages)

    lets start acting like it

  72. koa29 Says:

    side note:

    Lights Please > Who Dat

    this track is nice, but it’s not gunna get the dude any mainstream attention… you can be a hip hop head but if you’re doing Fat Joe numbers you aint gunna stay on Roc Nation

  73. Rey Says:

    @ LMY– My bad, didn’t read that right. *gets hooked on phonics*

    @ KzA– lol.. I also correct Big Homie (former Nahgger, now YNs protege) on his grammar, and D_Block on Twitter. So, yeah, I’m kind of a dick sometimes. (No Homo)

  74. The Botanist Says:

    HATERS…finally a good rapper steps into the mainstream and the Nah Righters can’t handle it.

  75. Bricktop Says:

    why? Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 4:37 pm
    SMH at the c-section class of 2010

    1. RNC
    2. lil mane young
    3. Bricktop
    4. 007
    5. the rest of the newbs on the night and weekends

    *lifts sweatshirt to exposed gat-laden waistband, a-la Doughboy*
    “We got a problem?!”
    *grills why? for appx. 8 seconds*
    “didn’t think so!”
    *jumps in hoo-ride. keeps talking shit to self*

  76. IKnow Says:

    Some of you are one the funniest people. Why are you so worried if this is the right single for him to get the media attention? Shit bangs, right? Dope rhymes and bangin’ beat. So shut the fuck up and support hip-hop.

    And FYI, this is a fuckin’ street single. First single will be probably something bigger.

    Keep up the good work, Jermaine.

  77. Hi Hater! Says:

    J.Cole >>>>>>>>>>>

  78. Nahkeem Olajuwon Says:

    *Late Pass*

    Am I the only the onyl one who finds it hilarious that OJ can’t dribble a basketball without looking down at it? You learn to do that shit in 3rd grade.

  79. senor spaceley Says:

    Elite is good with the payola

  80. E Says:

    Obviously the street single, but it bumps in the car. The beat is dope and Jermaine’s rhymes have never been off-point in the first place … but nobody been getting on him about that. As far as people saying the album isn’t ever gonna drop, smh. Cole and No ID been in the studio and with the artist partially producing the ENTIRE disc you gotta think that will cut through a lot of the industry red tape and get the disc out quicker. I bet this will be an early fall release, definitely not a summer time release. Cole’s music is like Oscar nominated movies, better digested in the fall… while Drizzy is a blockbuster summer movie. I like em both but I think Cole got the edge so far, wheres that CDQ of Fireworks lol.

    P.S. The Warm Up was perfect, Cole don’t need another mixtape… just like So Far Gone. One and done son. Time for the LP. Lettttttttts GO.

    WHO DAT WHO DAT

  81. Andoi Says:

    Song is a perfect street single, and the album is coming on time.

    WHO DAT WHO DAT!?

  82. Rome Says:

    Wooooooooo!

    This beat is disgusting!

  83. JohnDough Says:

    Peep the shot at the beaty eyed bobble head canadian

    “…ain’t sayin’ names, but we not the same, all that money and the fame don’t change the fact that you lame…”

  84. Curt Mcgirt Says:

    J. Cole is dope straight up and down. How that relates to huge success remains to be seen. Good Luck.

  85. laylahbabie Says:

    WHERE IS THAT DOPE INTRO?

    I FEEL THERE IS JUST A STILL JUST A LITTLE SOMETHING MISSING FROM THIS MASTERED MIX BUT STILL…

    …ANYONE WHO SAYS DRAKE’S OVER IS BETTER THAN THIS IS A RETARD.

  86. - keka - Says:

    yeah, this goes hard…
    beat is sick.

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  88. adn Says:

    # The Botanist Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 4:44 pm

    HATERS…finally a good rapper steps into the mainstream and the Nah Righters can’t handle it.

    ^^^^^^

    what he said

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