J. Cole Hints at ‘Fall Off’ Project, Announces Dreamville Festival
J. Cole’s KOD has been garnering rave reviews from rappers and fans alike. On Thursday (April 26), the Roc Nation rhymer went on his Twitter account and held an impromptu Q&A with his fans.
During his session, Cole answered some of his followers’ most pressing questions about the celebrated project. In addition, the rapper is working on a KOD deluxe album “in its original 2 week form. Plus couple extra scenes that didn’t make final cut.”
Those who have listened to KOD know that at the end there is a fantastic song called “1985 (Intro to ‘The Fall Off’).” Many believe that Cole’s next album will be titled The Fall Off. When asked about it, Cole would only says that he's “Workin on it.”
In addition, Cole revealed that he is working on an album as his alter-ego, KiLL Edward. “Was working on the fall off,” he tweeted. “And helping kiLL edward with his album. @killhisways but he don’t tweet a lot.”
He also just announced that he's launching a Dreamville Festival to take place in Raleigh, North Carolina on September 15. As of now, no artists have been announced for the line-up but his manager and Dreamville Records president Ibrahim ‘Ib’ Hamad told the Washington Post to expect "a variety of different acts that we love or excite us."
As for his Twitter Q&A, Cole revealed a lot of gem. You can read some of it below.
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