New Music: Bei Maejor f/ J. Cole – ‘Trouble’


Bei Maejor makes his North Carolina connect with J. Cole on “Trouble,” the new single from the hitmaker’s Jive Records debut. The club-geared tune features an electronically-kissed beat that bounces alongside finger snaps, with the Grammy-nominated prodigy warning his girl not to get too close for fear of taking the relationship too far.

“I told you not to wear that dress to the club, tryna dance up on me/ I told you not to push that thang on me if you know I want it/ That’s gon’ get you in trouble,” he sings before passing the baton to the Roc Nation MC for his verse.

Get into some trouble below.


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  1. JessicaJ

    I love them both wow!!!


  2. Leopoldo



  3. roro

    bei maejor = future of r&b
    j. cole = future of hip hop


    wurd Reply:

    @roro, pretty much mayne


  4. jewlz

    omg this is so good


  5. Phil4Real

    love the bass line…somebody’s daughter can get me in trouble…where’s a redbone, thick hips, thick lips at?


  6. asunkee

    Why does Bei Maejor have a career? Not being mean. I’ve seriously been trying to figure it out. His voice is weak. Lyrically, his songs are even weaker. Side note: that bass line is beautiful.


    @illerbrown Reply:

    @asunkee, thats how things go.. you might as well ask why has gucci mane, waka flocka, soulja boy have a careers? why dose any one in young money have a career? their all lyrically poor in 10 years’ time when people are talking greats
    none of their albums will be mentioned i feel sorry for drake (dont like him) but his carrying dead weight ahhh dont get me statted


  7. Big-A

    very wack voice. he’s a wannabe singer. and the lyrics are wack too.


  8. maya

    love cole but this is just boring! where’s the album cole?!


  9. Chris Shorts

    drake would of did better on this take < love bei , cole just doesnt do it for me in anything hes on but hes cool


  10. leydyred

    ugh…. bad feature for J.COle. BEEN feeling his music for so long now, been on fire and is the future of REAL hip-hop…….. but this collab he has done with Bei wasnt his best. Lyrics +flow didnt represent HIM well – a tad weak compared to his usual fire and talent.

    He should be more picky on whose songs he be dropping verses on . :(


  11. Musiccritique

    Whoa. Bei maejor is blessed. This production is straight finesse and the lyrics draw emotions. Real music makes you feel. I agree at first I felt J Cole wasn’t doing it but after listening to the song a 3rd time he melted right in. This song paints a definate picture.

    This is art, yo! :)

    upside down always.


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