J. Cole Delivers His First Release of 2019, "Middle Child"

Produced by T-Minus.

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After wiping his Instagram and posting an announcement, J. Cole recently delivered his first release of 2019, titled “Middle Child.”

The T-Minus produced track is centered around the theme of competition and touches on his beef with Drake. Aside from talking about his relationship with the Canadian artist, Cole also references rappers Kodak Black, JAY-Z and 21 Savage. It is currently unclear if “Middle Child” will appear in Revenge Of The Dreamers or The Fall Off, which Cole has been teasing as of late.

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