J. Cole is still riding off the success of his debut LP, 'Cole World: The Sideline Story,' and is currently filming the visuals for his Missy Elliott-assisted cut 'Nobody's Perfect.'

Video Static reports that the North Carolina-bred MC has tapped director Colin Tilley to bring the track to life. Elliott is set to make an appearance according to the site.

As of now, there are no further details about the forthcoming video. Tilley has directed clips for the likes of Chris Brown for 'Look at Me Now,' Lil Wayne's 'John,' Wiz Khalifa's 'No Sleep' and Keri Hilson's 'Lose Control,' among others.

Last year, The BoomBox followed J. Cole on a hectic day around New York City as he promoted his new LP. During that time, the Roc Nation signee revealed that his music inspired one young fan enough to help him get through his battle with cancer.

"I had one kid tell me that he had cancer and the only reason he felt like he beat it was 'cause a song that I made got him through it," Cole told The BoomBox. "I got wild stories."

Check out the full interview with J. Cole here.

Watch 'A Day in the Life of J. Cole'

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A Day in the Life of J. Cole

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