J. Cole Announces 'Born Sinner' Release Date
After a slight delay, J. Cole has locked in a new release date for his sophomore album Born Sinner.
The Roc Nation rapper took to Twitter to make the official announcement. “Born Sinner June 25th,” he tweeted.
“said i would never announce on twitter, but damn, since i fucked up that first one (but what a moment!)”
The project was originally due January 28, but was pushed back because he needed more time to record. A video for the first single “Power Trip” featuring Miguel will premiere on Tuesday, April 9.
Born Sinner marks the follow-up to Cole’s 2011 debut Cole World: The Sideline Story, which opened at No. 1, selling 218,000 copies in its first week.
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