J. Cole Drops New Song ‘I’m A Fool’
It's been a minute since we heard anything new from J. Cole. Outside of starting beefs with Diggy Simmons, the North Calackie MC is working on some new music. On Sunday (Sept. 16), Cole sent a lucky fan on Twitter an MP3 of a new track called 'I'm a Fool.'
The unreleased song, produced by J. Cole himself, boasts a sample of Cee Lo Green's 'Fool for You' from his album 'Lady Killer.' On the track, the Roc Nation artist gets reflective on life before and after his rap stardom.
J. Cole's college demographic can relate to this verse: "I'm a fool, hundred thou to go to school / So much debt me and my mama damn near drowning in a pool / The first to go to college, they say knowledge is a tool / But these h--'s on campus make a young n---a drool / So we party, skip class, get a-- and talk cool," he raps. You ain't about that college life!
This is a great rap song from J. Cole, so it's terrible to see him engage in a diss-a-thon with Diggy Simmons. Now R&B singer Tyrese has jumped into the fray, defending Diggy and challenging Cole to a rap battle. WTF?!
J. Cole hasn't responded, yet, but he did offer a teaser song at the end of 'I'm a Fool' called 'Chris Tucker.' Get it? Because "money talks." Yep, and bulls--- walks.
Listen to J. Cole, 'I'm A Fool'