J. Cole doles out debut singles from forthcoming LP, ‘The Fall Off’
The wait for J. Cole‘s next studio effort, The Fall Off, will persist for the foreseeable future, but the quick-witted rapper won’t make listeners wait too long to gain a sense of what’s to come. After announcing that the release date for his forthcoming LP had yet to be set via Instagram on July 21, Cole informed fans that the lead singles from the project, “The Climb Back” and “Lion King on Ice” would land on July 22.
Of note, “The Climb Back” is produced by Cole himself, and “Lion King on Ice,” by Cole, T-Minus, and Jetson. Stream the double-pack of The Fall Off previews below.
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