As J. Cole prepares to hit the highest album sales yet of 2021, he continues to roll out The low season. The album received only positive reviews after its release on Friday May 14th.
Before the album was released, he deleted a mini-document that follows the process of creating the album. It shows a cameo by 21 Savage that won Cole his first Grammy Award in 2020.
On Monday May 17th, he dropped the first picture on the album on “Amari”. The video was shot in New York City, where Cole is believed to be the place where his career began.
In just over 2 minutes and 30 seconds, J. Cole swings out with his Dreamville team, flies over the Hudson River in a helicopter with the Dreamville logo, hangs over the water, and eats a cup of noodles. The latter is one of the most popular foods for students. Because of his inclusion, Cole certainly recognizes his Cup of Noodle days as a student at St. John’s University.
On the first line of “Amiri,” J. Cole says he’s planning to escape, apparently from the rap game. In this case, we have already been given an outlook on his next career in professional basketball. The St. John’s graduate made his pro ball debut for the Rwanda Patriots basketball team on Sunday May 16. He scored 3 points in 17 minutes. He is expected to play 3-6 games.
Before the album was released, he deleted a mini-document that follows the process of creating the album. It shows a cameo by 21 Savage that won Cole his first Grammy award in 2020.
Take a look at the pictures of “Amiri” below.