New York Jets’ Josh Bush: J.Cole Fan
As you can see in the featured photo, New York Jets Free Safety Josh Bush tackling Running Back Bilal Powell, he recently decided to tackle hip-hop too. Recently, the rapper J. Cole dropped his new hip-hop album “Born Sinner”. It did not take Bush to long to take to twitter to say, “That man @JColeNC is so nice that I want to try to set up a meeting to just pick his brain.” After listening to J. Cole’s new album Bush referred to J. Cole as, “After hearing #LetNasDown we gon have to argue the best rapper … including everyone! Yeah I said it”, according to his twitter account.
J. Cole is relatively still the new kid in hip-hop with his sophomore album, I don’t know if I could argue that he is the best rapper. Compared to other hip-hop artists music catalog, J. Cole falls just a bit on the short level for me. His track list for this album is definitely something to look at and I have right here for your viewing pleasure.
2. Kerney Sermon (Skit)
3. LAnd Of The Snakes
4. Power Trip featuring Miguel
5. Mo Money (Interlude)
8. She Knows featuring Amber Coffman
9. Rich Niggaz
10. Where’s Jermaine? (Skit)
11. Forbidden Fruit featuring Kendrick Lamar
12. Chaining Day
13. Ain’t That Some Shit (Interlude)
14. Crooked Smile featuring TLC
15. Let Nas Down
16. Born Sinner featuring James Fauntleroy
If you have been jamming to his hit single “Power Trip” featuring Miguel, then you will definitely include every song on this album. Born Sinner has a type of Fabolous type of flow but also still has its own essence, which makes J. Cole shine brightly. With this album all you can say is he will have a bright and long future in the hip-hop game. Especially with Jay-Z at the helm of Roc Nation tutoring him.
Everyone go out and get “Born Sinner” and you can do the same just like Bush and proclaim J.Cole the best rapper.
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