J. Cole Releases New Album The Off-Season: Listen


J. Cole Releases New Album The Off-Season: Listen

The KOD follow-up features cameos from 21 Savage, Lil Baby, and Cam’ron, as well as production from Timbaland, Boi-1da, and more
J. Cole onstage.
J. Cole, July 2018 (Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images)

J. Cole has released his new album The Off-Season. The record includes last week’s “Interlude” and boasts production from Timbaland, Boi-1da, frequent collaborator T-Minus, J. Cole, and more. It also features cameos from 21 Savage, Lil Baby, Cam’ron, Morray, and others. Listen to J. Cole’s The Off-Season below.

All five of J. Cole’s studio LPs have been certified platinum by the RIAA. The last three—2014 Forest Hills Drive, 4 Your Eyez Only, and KOD—have famously gone “platinum with no features.” In a 2019 feature with Allison P. Davis for GQ, Cole commented on the meme-phrase: “I was loving it,” he said. “I was like, ‘Word up—this is funny as hell.’ But the second or third time, I was like, ‘All right, it’s almost embarrassing now.’ Like, ‘All right, man, y’’ll gonna make me put a feature on the album just so this shit can stop.’”

In the time since KOD, J. Cole has also delivered his own spate of guest verses. To name a few, Cole has featured on Gang Starr’s “Family and Loyalty,” Ty Dolla $ign’s “Purple Emoji,” Young Thug’s “The London,” and 21 Savage’s “a lot,” which earned the rappers the 2020 Grammy Award for Best Rap Song.

Then, in 2019, J. Cole and Dreamville released Revenge of The Dreamers III. The following year, he shared the singles “The Climb Back” (which appears on The Off-Season), “Lion King on Ice,” and “Snow on tha Bluff.”

In other J. Cole news, the rapper is reportedly signing with Patriots Basketball Club to play for the Rwandan side in the inaugural season of the Basketball Africa League. The Patriots are scheduled to play their first BAL game this Sunday, May 16, against the Nigerian team Rivers Hoopers. Cole played basketball at Terry Sanford High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He made the team at St. John’s University but chose to focus on his education and music. Two of his early mixtapes, The Warm Up and Friday Night Lights, had basketball-themed covers.

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