The rapper posted a mysterious image earlier today, urging fans to come to Gramercy Theatre in NY, with admittance issued on a "first come first serve" basis.
J. Cole has his fans excited and scratching their heads all at the same time, as the North Carolina rapper shared details for a mysterious event at New York City's Gramercy Theatre. "I will be featured on J Cole's album", he said to his followers earlier tonight.
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Check out Cole's tweet announcing the album for yourself below. The album will be released on Cole's Dreamville label via Roc Nation and Interscope. Brian Miller of Rap Radar reported that "K.O.D." represents three different subtitles: Kidz on Drugz, King Overdose and Kill Our Demonz.
It is understood that the album (about 12 songs) was completed in two weeks. Also, the last track, "1985" is apparently an introduction to another project, which Cole unsurprisingly remained tight-lipped about.