J. Cole Surprise Drops ‘Might Delete Later’ Project: Stream It Now

J. Cole has returned. The Dreamville boss surprised fans with the release of his Might Delete Later project, which arrived on Friday (April 5) without any sort of warning.

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The effort is filled with 12 tracks and features assists from a diverse range of artists including Gucci Mane, Cam’ron, Bas, Central Cee, Ari Lennox, Young Dro and more.

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Might Delete Later finds a handful of songs Cole teased snippets of during his Vlogs of the same name recapping his travels as part of Drake’s Big As the What? Tour earlier this year. One of which finds J.C. and Killa Cam rapping over Dipset’s “I’m Ready.”

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It appears that Might Delete Later serves as an appetizer for fans rather than an LP, as Cole reminds everyone that The Fall-Off is still on the way this year to close out the project.

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The project comes two weeks after Kendrick Lamar’s atomic bomb on the rap game when he torched “Big 3” running mates Drake and J. Cole with his guest verse on Future and Metro Boomin’s We Don’t Trust You album standout and No. 1 hit “Like That.”

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J. Cole’s last album arrived in 2021 with The Off-Season, which topped the Billboard 200 to give the North Carolina rapper his sixth No. 1 album with 282,000 equivalent album units sold in the first week.

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It’s going to be a busy weekend for the 39-year-old, who is hosting his annual Dreamville Fest this weekend (April 6 and April 7).

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Cole is headlining the anticipated fourth edition of the festival alongside SZA, Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown. Other performers include Lil Yachty, JID, Sexyy Red, ScHoolboy Q, Teezo Touchdown, Jeezy, Monica, Rae Sremmurd, Key Glock, Jeremih, Lul Tyler, Muni Long and more.

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