Rap-Up TV: J. Cole: A Star Is Born – Part 1

You may know him from his heavily-downloaded mixtape The Warm Up or his feature on “A Star Is Born” from Jay-Z’s The Blueprint 3. Now one of the year’s most-buzzed-about hip-hop newcomers, North Carolina native J. Cole, sits down with Rap-Up TV for an exclusive interview about his humble beginnings as a bill collector to becoming the first artist signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label. Check back for the rest of our three-part interview.



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8 Comments

  1. LYIRC_LEE

    wow funny how life changes so suddenly – i wish him the best and lets hope that he comes with some quality music – he sounds alot like bow wow just deeper tone – i hop he doesnt rap like him too lol

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  2. rrr

    j cole is about to take over

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  3. ttt

    nice to see him make it

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  4. rob

    yea j cole a star clap for him

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  5. G

    cut off that “beard” on his chin, and you got Chris Brown

    Does anyone else see that???? He looks just like Chris Brown

    but the dude is dope, killed Jay Z on A Star Is Born and same with Beautiful Bliss by Wale

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  6. ijustcrushalot

    yeah cole is def one of the illest emerging rappers out there. Can’t wait for him to come to ATL later this month on Feb. 26th…

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  7. @sk8board_Pete

    mos def, jcole is the illiest upcoming mc!

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  8. Chelsea

    J. Cole is the best new guy to touch the mic in some years. The Come and The Warm Up are excellent mixtapes and he is a few steps above the these other cats getting shine right now. I can’t wait for his album to drop!

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