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J.Cole is officially a force to be reckoned with.
Last Friday, the release of his mixtape Friday Night Lights crashed his site DreamVillian.net, after an estimated 4,000 users logged on per second, to download the North Carolinian's latest material.
J. Cole, who is on the BET Music Matters Tour, hopes to land some top cameos from took the time out to speak with AllHipHop.com about his latest mixtape.
"I was searching for a title that kinda explained my situation," J.Cole told AllHipHop.com. "I found it with that. I love the fact that the character of J.Cole is like this high school varsity athlete. So I wanted to stay in that realm in terms of the story. It feels like the big game is coming, you know its feel like that pressure that a player feels. It's a few things, there's pressure, excitement, anxiety, confidence, doubt all those things right before the big game. I felt that name kind of embodied all feelings."
Friday Night Lights is slim on guest appearances, although the mixtape features several high profile rappers, including G.O.O.D. Music's Cy-Hi Da Prynce, Pusha-T, Big Sean and the label's CEO, Kanye West.
According to J.Cole, he would like to work with Kanye West for his major label release, which is slated for 2011 via Jay-Z's record label, Roc Nation.
"It's up to Kanye, you know. I'm like a huge fan. What I want to do is just get the level of my name up, my weight up and my credentials up," J.Cole revealed. "[I'll] get enough notches under my belt and then I'll reach out to Kanye. I kinda want to at least feel somewhere in the vicinity of the work he has put in before I go in with him."
Although his upcoming debut has no release date, J.Cole has been in the recording studio to keep the music on his album from becoming dated.
"The mixtape was step 1. It's about generating the level of interest for the album, that's my main concern," J.Cole told AllHipHop.com. "And of course I am going back in December and I am going to try to do new songs. If I needed to drop an album next week, I can do it. It will be incredible. But since I dropped the mixtape, I feel my standards are now even higher than they were. I want to go back in to do better songs, that's just how I work."
Time to pop some bottles. Jamie Foxx is ready to celebrate. The triple threat talent has announced a new title and release date for his fourth studio album.
The new LP, previously named Body, will now be entitled Best Night of My Life. It is now due in stores December 21st. The forthcoming set is preceded by singles “Fall for Your Type” featuring Drake and the Rick Ross assisted “Living Better Now,” as well as last seasons NBA Playoffs anthem “Winner,” co-starring Justin Timberlake and T.I. In his recent visit to the Lopez Tonight show Jamie performed previews of some new songs off the project. Watch Here.
This release date seems way too soon. The two recent singles were just released and have not received much attention from radio, or created a strong buzz for the album. On top of that, December 21st will also see the release of some other major albums from Keri Hilson, Keyshia Cole and Avant. If they are serious about sticking to this date, they will have to shell out some heavy marketing dollars for this project to land in everyone’s stocking this holiday season.