J. Cole Drops New ‘Interlude’ Song Ahead Of ‘Off-Season’ Album

Hip-hop superstar J. Cole knows what his fans want and he’s showing them he’s prepared to deliver. The North Carolina rapper dropped a new song just days ahead of his “Off-Season” album release.

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J. Cole Drops Song Ahead Of New Album

J. Cole announced the release of the new track, “Interlude” through social media. In the post, the Dreamville boss made sure to credit the song’s producers along with himself and remind followers the real project would be out in a week.

“It can go up, it can go down…. either way I’m prepared. Interlude. Produced by @tminus_music @tommyparker80s and me. Streaming now. jcole.lnk.to/interlude. See you in a week. The Off-Season.”

J. Cole Announces ‘Off-Season’ Album Date

Earlier in the week, Cole went to his Instagram page for a rare post. Jermaine’s snapshot revealed the album’s artwork and unveiled a May 14 drop date.

“My new album The Off-Season available 5/14. Just know this was years in the making.”

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Days prior, Dreamville’s Bas hit up Instagram with a post which almost immediately faded to black. Along with promising the Cole release was coming in two weeks – presumably May 14 – Bas showed a snapshot of Jermaine in the recording studio.

“The Off-Season. pack your bags. in two weeks.”

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The Rollout Plan

In December 2020, Cole shared a timeline of the projects he had lined up to drop. If all goes accordingly, The Off-Season follows up Revenge of the Dreamers 3.

“I still got some goals I gotta check off for’ I scram…”

J. Cole Celebrates 2014 Forest Hills Drive Anniversary

The Roc Nation star knows the significance of December 9. The hip-hop star and his Dreamville label recently celebrated the anniversary of his unforgettable 2014 Forest Hills Drive album by releasing content previously deleted from the Internet.

Cole’s label went online to alert diehard fans of the huge news. Dreamville explained the motivation behind unearthing some classic material off the 2014 album.

“A bunch of @JColeNC videos got deleted way back and today were getting them all back up. And because it’s the anniversary #FHD heres the world premiere of the never before released video for ‘Fire Squad’ ??? Happy Holidays! https://youtu.be/HCURqfqL8sI” -Dreamville’s Twitter

Streaming giant TIDAL made sure to also put big respect on J. Cole’s epic LP.

6 years ago today, @JColeNC released his 3rd studio album ‘2014 Forrest Hills Drive.’