Born Sinner

Beyoncé Outsold Kanye’s Total ‘Yeezus’ Sales In Three Days
Kanye West's Yeezus may be getting its critical due, topping many publications' year-end lists, but sales-wise it hasn't quite risen to the top. Yeezus sits at No. 25 on the year-end sales list. After debuting at No. 1 after it arrived June 18 with 327,000 sold, Yeezus' sales were eclipsed by J...
J. Cole’s ‘Born Sinner’ Hits Gold
After surpassing Kanye's "Yeezus" in sales earlier this month, J. Cole's Born Sinner has reached gold status this week. According to his manager , Ibrahim Hamad, Cole's sophomore effort reached 500,000 in sales, reaching the lauded benchmark, after selling an impressive 26,394 copies in the album's fifth week out...
J. Cole Explains How “Made Nas Proud” Came Together
Over the weekend, Nas issued a response to J. Cole's "Let Nas Down" record off Born Sinner by way of "Made Nas Proud." Now, in a recent interview with Houston's 97.9, Cole is revealing how the record came about. According to Cole, he played the record for Nas just three days after recording it after running into him in a Houston airport...
J. Cole Fan Questioned By Police For Twitter Threats
The fan who tweeted a photograph of a handgun aimed at a child with the caption "@JColeNC retweet me and I'll buy Born Sinner. Don't retweet me and I'll kill my lil sister" is being questioned by a local police department in Texas. TMZ is reporting that the gun in the photograph was a BB gun and as of now no charges are being filed against the 19-year-old responsible for the tweet... Re
J. Cole – ‘Born Sinner’ Album Review
J. Cole could have called his sophomore set Confessions Of A Born Sinner. The hour-long offering plays like a recorded rip of a confessional box sit down with Jermaine, who pours out his signature “from-the-heart-shit” throughout the album’s 16-tracks...
J. Cole Says He Played “Let Nas Down” For Nas On An Airplane
J. Cole's sophomore album Born Sinner came out today, and there's been a lot of buzz over the number of iconic and influential rappers he name-drops all across the record's sixteen tracks. The most obvious comes in the track "Let Nas Down," where he discusses the Queens MC's less than positive reaction to Cole's releasing "Work Out" as a single off his chart-topping Cole World:
Kanye West Vs. J. Cole Showdown! Who Will Be The King Of June 18?
Tomorrow (June 18) marks the biggest hip-hop release date of the year to date, with Kanye West's Yeezus, J. Cole's Born Sinner, Mac Miller's Watching Movies WIth The Sound Off, and Statik Selektah's Extended Play all getting a ton of buzz, setting up a sales showdown that should rival any that have battled in the past half-decade. The...
J. Cole Explains The Inspiration Behind “Crooked Smile”
Yesterday, J. Cole released his highly anticipated collaboration with TLC, "Crooked Smile". Now, in an interview with Fuse, Cole explains the inspiration behind the record, saying, "I understand that I don't have the Colgate. I didn't have braces, and they definitely remind you, when you become somewhat known, they definitely make it a point to remind you about your flaws... Read Mo
J. Cole Says Leaked ‘Born Sinner’ Track List Is False
Yesterday, J. Cole released "Niggaz Know", the second single off his sophomore LP Born Sinner. In an interview with Hot 93.7's Jenny Boom Boom, Cole discussed going head to head with Kanye, his collaboration with TLC, and the rumored track list circulating throughout the internet...

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