episode 1 of the series dealt with mama jermaine detailing accounts of her being able to quit her job at the postal service. episode 2 follows fellow collaborator and close friend kendrick lamar in his own personal rise to fame.
“it’s a sin for me to not be doing what i’m doing.”
this is a very vulnerable and personal look in to jermaine’s life. this has nothing to do with new music or anything of the sort – merely a peek into cole’s life. it features a narrative from kay cole, j. cole’s mother, and her story of how jermaine got her to be able to retire from her job at the post office.
from the web description:
“Part 1 of J. Cole’s Bornsinner.com series; a conceptual digital platform created by the Dreamville collective. The first installment documents the day J.Cole retired his mother Kay Cole from her job at the United States Postal Service.
The site will feature unique, personally curated content each week leading up to the release of his highly anticipated sophomore album Born Sinner on June 25th.”
and as promised, here is the 2nd installment of j. cole’s new EP offerings.
born sinner is out june 25th.
1. Cole Summer
2. Kenny Lofton Featuring YOUNG JEEZY
3. Chris Tucker Featuring 2 CHAINZ
4. Head Bussa
5. Cousins Featuring BAS
6. 3 Wishes
j. cole is treating today like christmas. late last night, he dropped off this here track, “cole summer,” with words on twitter saying “this is not a preview.” not only that, but he got in the spirit of giving and decided he’s also going to drop off truly yours 2, a new EP of presumably old songs/cut tracks from born sinner. thanks j. cole, you’re a good guy mon’friere.
this unreleased gem lives on a funk flex mixtape, but ain’t nobody got time for
that. download it below.