J. Cole Friday Night Lights download anticipation has built for some time. Today, the J. Cole Friday Night Lights download wait is over, as fans are already listening to the rapper’s new mix tape. It contains four new songs, and one long waited collaboration with fellow rap star Drizzy Drake. The buzz was that this mix tape would take its start to a new level of fame and notoriety in the rap world. Since so many fans have rushed to download J. Cole Friday Night Lights this morning, it may get that kind of attention.
Many were waiting for the mix tape to be posted at midnight, yet J. Cole knew that it might crash the page. Therefore, he posted the link on his Twitter page, and his fans have been listening ever since.
The J. Cole Friday Night Lights download is not affiliated with the NBC show, or football in general. Instead, it is a collection of four new songs, with “In The Morning” pairing him with Drizzy Drake for the first time. The two have been compared frequently, especially since Lil Wayne and Jay-Z are behind their respective success.
In this case, the two don’t have a full on rap-battle, as J. Cole told MTV News that it was more like a record “for the girls.” That is technically correct, since the chorus asks “can I hit it in the morning?” and states that “the sun rising while you moaning.”
The song lyrics on the J. Cole Friday Night Lights download are already up, for those who aren’t able to listen yet. Along with “In The Morning”, Cole works alone on “Before I’m Gone” “Villematic” and “You Got It”
With over 23,000 downloads already for “In The Morning” this mix tape may indeed be Cole’s breakout. He still hasn’t even released his first album yet, but when “Cole World” comes out in 2011, it stands to get a lot of attention. Today’s songs are basically a teaser for him, before he expands into bigger territory.
Having Jay-Z as a mentor has helped get him through the door, as has his growing underground following. But with the J. Cole Friday Night Lights download, the budding star may soon expand into the mainstream on his own, before making a bigger splash in the months ahead.
The “Cole World” album was originally supposed to come out in October, but it is now due sometime in 2011. Therefore, today’s mix tape is meant to tide fans over, and wet their appetites even more than ever,
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