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Watch Gang Starr’s ‘Family and Loyalty’ Video Feat. J.Cole

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Gang Starr has shared the music video for “Family and Loyalty,” their first release in 16 years which features J. Cole and unreleased vocals by the iconic late rapper Guru. The visual, which was directed by hip-hop legend Fab 5 Freddy, includes archival footage of the legendary MC as well as a cameo by his 19-year-old son Keith Casim.

“Keith was nine when his father passed away, and he is now nineteen,” DJ Premier explained in the press release. “I used to babysit him. He made me feel like Guru was there with me. I told him he has the same look in his eyes as his father and everyone on set commented on how striking the resemblance is. It was really important to me to have Guru’s son be a major focus of the video.”

Check out the video above and download the song on DJcity.

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Watch J. Cole’s ‘MIDDLE CHILD’ Video

J. Cole has shared the highly-anticipated video for hit single, “MIDDLE CHILD.” The track, which marks the first single off Cole’s upcoming sixth album, is currently No. 11 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

The dark visual finds Cole performing on a red carpet at an awards show and in a shopping cart at a grocery store.

Watch the video above and download “MIDDLE CHILD” on DJcity.

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Watch 21 Savage’s ‘a lot’ Video Feat. J. Cole

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21 Savage has shared the video for his J. Cole-assisted single, “a lot.” The track peaked at No. 33 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

In the somber visual, 21 Savage and Cole attend a formal family gathering for what appears to be a funeral.

“a lot” is the lead single from 21 Savage’s second studio album, I Am > I Was. The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in late December.

Watch the video above and download “a lot” on DJcity.

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Watch the Producer of J. Cole’s ‘No Role Modelz’ Explain How He Made the Track

Phonix Beats

Grammy-nominated producer Phonix Beats has explained how he made J. Cole‘s 2014 hit “No Role Modelz” on a new episode of Genius’ Deconstructed. The single, which has been certified platinum, peaked at No. 36 on Billboard’s Hot 100. It’s the highest-charting single from Cole’s standout album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.

In the video, Phonix Beats recalls how he got connected with J. Cole then breaks down his process of making the track in Reason.

Phonix Beats is a veteran producer of 10 years who has worked with the likes of 50 Cent, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Jeremih, and Trey Songz. He most recently worked with The Game and Bryson Tiller.

Watch Deconstructed above.

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Watch J. Cole’s ‘Eyez’ Documentary

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4 Your Eyez Only
The cover art for J. Cole’s upcoming album, 4 Your Eyez Only.

On Thursday, J. Cole announced he will be dropping a new album called 4 Your Eyez Only on December 9. It is the follow-up to his 2014 double platinum album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive.

Today, the North Carolina rapper released a behind-the-scenes documentary called Eyez. The 40-minute video serves as a preview of his highly anticipated upcoming project.

Released exclusively on Tidal, Eyez takes viewers on a journey through Cole’s life over the past two years. It includes studio footage of him recording unreleased tracks, which presumably will appear on the album.

Watch the documentary below.

This article was written by Hugo Pacheco.

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Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole Freestyle Over Each Other’s Songs

J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar
As millions of Americans celebrated consumerism on Black Friday, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole gave back to fans by dropping freestyles over each other’s tracks. Cole went in over Kendrick’s anthem, “Alright,” while K. Dot took on Cole’s “A Tale of 2 Citiez.”
The tracks have reignited speculation that a joint album between the rappers is in the works.
Stream both freestyles below and download them on DJcity.


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