Limited edition pressing on red vinyl. Signed copies were available for 24 hours on J Cole’s webstore.
KOD an initialism for Kids on Drugs, Kings Overdosed and Kill Our Demons is the fifth studio album by American rapper J. It was released on April 20, 2018 through Dreamville Records, Roc Nation and Interscope Records. The majority of the albums production was handled by Cole himself, along with others such as T-Minus, Mark Pelli, BLVK and Ron Gilmore. The album incorporates elements of jazz rap and trap. Cole has stated that the production and rhyme schemes used throughout the album were. KOD - J. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. KOD is J. Coles fifth studio album. The 12-track album serves as a follow up to his December 2016 album, 4 Your Eyez Only. Prior to release, Cole hosted two exclusive listening events where he played the album in full. According to Chris Uño, who was in attendance at J. Coles surprise listening party at New Yorks Gramercy Theatre, the title KOD can be interpreted in three different ways: Kids on Drugs. King OverDosed. Chris Uño also reported that the album was recorded in the span of two weeks, and contains no features, making it his third album in a row to not contain guest features. This report turned out to be somewhat true. Coles long-anticipated fifth studio album. The 12-track album serves as a follow up to his 2016 album, 4 Your Eyez Only. Unlike his last two albums, KOD has a lone feature from an artist named kiLL Edward-a pitched-down version of Coles voice that serves as his alter ego. Leading up to the album debut, Cole hosted many exclusive listening events where he played the project in full. Coles surprise listening party at New Yorks Grammercy Theatre, the KOD title can be taken three different ways: , Kids On Drugs , King O read more. Album 2018 12 Songs. On KOD, his ruminations on black America and the state of the union are still present, but are less objective reporting and more acquired wisdom from his life as a reluctant superstar. Cole takes rap pundits to task with impassioned, staccato delivery on the title track. And on Photograph, he questions the nature of romance in the digital age. KOD's production is minimal throughout, clearing space for Cole's elegantly spun stories of opportunistic friends The Cut Off , modern-day drug culture Once an Addict , and the guilt that success can bring FRIENDS . Cole's new album KOD. Now, the other day, J. Cole announced that he's officially dropping a new album on the 20th of April. The title of the album is '. Listening to a J. Cole album can feel like listening to a very intense young lawyer attempt to win a difficult case. Throughout his career, Coles raps have often been self-serious and polemical, with their success depending on the overall strength of his argumentation above all else. And while many of his individual claims can be convincing, you often get to the end of a song and think something like: Wait, did he really just argue that corporations take taxes and use them to buy and spread guns Few artists stake so much on their ability to persuade an audience of their worldview, particular. Cole - KOD 2018. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album J. Cole - Intro. Cole - KOD Unavailable. Cole - Photograph. Cole - The Cut Off Feat. Kill Edward. Cole - ATM. Cole - Motiv8. Cole - KevinS Heart. Cole - BRACKETS. Cole - Once An Addict Interlude. Cole - FRIENDS Feat. Review: J. Coles KOD Is One Of The Most Important Rap Albums Ever. Published on: Apr 23, 2018, 7:58 AM. by Trent Clark. Anyone who has casually paid attention to J. Cole maneuvering through raps ecosystem could foresee a prolific album such as KOD on the horizon. The anointed lyricist has grown increasingly reclusive over the years simultaneously stepping out of the spotlight that JAY-Z shone on him early in his career while toying with the emotions of his loyal fanbase. Cole 'KOD' 1 Listen Album Review. The man who made No Role Modelz made his most earnest attempt at being one. Creating a classic is what Cole said he set out to do during the making of KOD, an interesting goal considering a frequent critique of the North Carolina MC is that he doesn't have a universally acclaimed album in his catalog. Hes come close, though. 2014 Forest Hills Drive is to his discography what Take Care is to Drake. After intentionally avoiding the GRAMMYs-indifference in the pursuit of a hit-and seemingly unbothered by critics, the stature of an undeniable classic album would satisfy whatever artistic milestones Hollywood Cole has left