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J. COLE - KOD (Vinyl LP) Pre-order

J. COLE - KOD (Vinyl LP) Pre-order
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J. COLE - KOD (Vinyl LP) Pre-order Exp release 20/07/18

J. Cole blessed us with his fifth studio album this morning and it did not disappoint. If you couldn’t tell from his last album, 4 Your Eyez Only, Cole has moved on from trying to make hits and has focused on the message. He is one of the rare talents that can still make hits without trying to make hits, and KOD is another example of that. Cole uses this 12 track space to talk about all kinds of addictions; drugs, money, love and fame to name a few. As always, he delivers many different flows and bodies them all. The title track “KOD” was a standout for me as we see Cole take a faster tempo and just spazz on everybody. He even tells us why he doesn’t take features anymore, nobody is good enough to rap on his tracks. Now, KOD does have one guest on it, kiLL edward, but don’t be fooled, that’s just Cole under a different name. The intro brings us a line that is repeated throughout and really stands as the message of the album, “There are many ways to deal with pain, choose wisely.” Cole urges his listeners to find healthier ways to deal with their pain and one track echoes his message, “Meditate, don’t medicate.” He also takes some time to share his frustration with the game and some of today’s artists on the outro. He wants them to stop chasing trends and playing into what the world expects of them. He talks about how it is a bad look for the black youth that look up to them and how the drought will come when trends switch up on them J. Cole’s got another classic on his hands here. The message is real and pure, and he delivers it beautifully with a mastery of flows and lyrics that we have come to expect from him. Anyone who tells you that J. Cole isn’t one of the best of this generation is lying. And what makes it even better is that he does it HIS way. No trends, no flashy guest features. Just his message, and raw lyrical talent.

KOD, the fifth studio album from hip hop superstar J. Cole.

KOD has 3 meanings: Kids on Drugs. King Overdosed. Kill Our Demons


  1. Intro
  2. KOD
  3. Photograph
  4. The Cut Off (feat. Kill Edward)
  5. ATM
  6. Motiv8
  7. Kevin's Heart
  8. Brackets
  9. Once An Addict (interlude)
  10. Friends (feat. Kill Edward)
  11. Window Pain (outro)
  12. 1985

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