J. Cole Shares 'K.O.D.' Cover & Tracklist

Are you ready for Cole’s upcoming drop?

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Earlier in the week J. Cole previewed his newly announced K.O.D. album to a lucky group of fans in New York City. Today, he’s shared the official artwork and tracklist to the project. Recorded over the span of two weeks, the album is comprised of 12 tracks and sees features from Kill Edward on two cuts. The artwork aligns with its trio of themes (Kidz on Drugz, King Overdose and Kill Our Demonz) displaying youthful characters taken over by the substances many influencers today deem cool. The front also reads “This album is in no way intended to glorify addiction.”

Take a look at the tracklist and cover art and let us know if you plan on bumping K.O.D. this weekend. Look for the album to drop this Friday, April 20.

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