Rapper J.Cole is back like he never left with a new single from his upcoming album The Off-Season.
On Friday (May 7th) at midnight, the Dreamville artist released "Interlude". Earlier this week, Cole announced the release of The Off-Season to mark the 14th anniversary of his popular debut mixtape, The Come Up.
Produced by T-Minus, Tommy Parker and Cole, the track is available on Spotify and other streaming platforms.
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He also shared on Instagram that the project, which had been in the works for years, would be available everywhere on Friday (May 14). The cover for both The Off-Season is strikingly fascinating: Cole stands in front of a burning basketball hoop.
In July 2020, Cole released his Lewis Street EP, which included "The Climb Back" and "King on Ice".
Fans have been waiting for The Off-Season since Cole teased it in the summer of 2018. The rapper announced his "Album of the Year (Freestyle)" on YouTube and Soundcloud and hinted at its release. "The off-season is coming soon … All roads lead to The Fall Off," said Cole on the streaming services.
Listen to the following "interlude":