J. Cole returns with two-song pack EP called “Lewis Street.”
The Dreamville rapper on Wednesday night shared “The Climb Back,” and “Lion King On Ice,” the first two singles off his upcoming album The Fall Off.
“I’m sending a warning, a problem with me is like the BET Hip Hop Awards I’m starting to see you/ n**gas don’t want it/I’m sick of this flauntin’, from n**gas I know for sho ain’t got mo dough than Cole,” he raps on the self-produced The Climb Back.
On Lion King On Ice produced by T-Minus, Jetson and J. Cole – Jermaine addresses his ill wishers: “I’m stronger than ever before just like I planned to be,” he raps. “They wanna see me fold, it ain’t no thing to me.”
Both tracks are off Cole’s upcoming sixth album, which still has no release date.
“No date for the album yet, taking my time, still finishing,” he told fans.
While we wait for more information about “The Fall Off,” the follow-up to 2018’s KOD, you can stream “The Climb Back” and “Lion King on Ice” below via YouTube, or on Spotify.