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Surprise! J. Cole Drops Exclusive TIDAL “Eyez” Documentary [Video]


Less than 24 hours after buzz developed about a new J. Cole album dropping soon, the North Carolina native has teamed up with TIDAL for a new documentary called Eyez.

Late Thursday (December 1) night, the streaming giant premiered Cole’s 40-minute visual.

Earlier in the day, buzz developed about Cole gearing up to release a new album called 4 Your Eyez Only.

Is J. Cole dropping a new album next week? An iTunes pre-order listing has popped up for what definitely appears to be a new J. Cole album entitled 4 Your Eyez Only. Though no track names have been made available, the project looks to span 10 tracks and is once again a Dreamville release. The album is expected to drop Dec. 9. (Complex)


Over the fall, Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive album had reached double platinum status.

A few weeks ago, J. Cole announced plans to take time off from touring.

The rapper ran through a slew of hits hyping the thousands of fans into a frenzy. But during one moment of down time before the finale, Cole revealed the news that his days on the road are coming to a cease, at least for a while. “Before I get out of here, listen. This is my last show for a very long time,” he told the crowd who were clearly upset by the news. (XXL Mag)

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