J. Cole - "KOD" [Album]

J. Cole Reveals ‘KOD’ Cover & Tracklisting

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Before releasing his highly-anticipated fifth album KOD, J. Cole reveals the cover art and tracklisting. The title has three meanings, Kids On Drugs, King Overdosed, and Killing Our Demons, and Coles artwork seems to reflect that with themes around royalty, children, substance abuse, and death.

J. Cole Reveals 'KOD' Cover & Tracklisting

An illustrated J. Cole sports a crown on the vibrant cover. It also features several skulls and children doing drugs inside of his robe. This album is no way intended to glorify addiction, reads the fine print above Coles head. The back cover also includes drawings of children and drugs.

The 12 tracks only feature one artist named kiLL edward on two songs (The Cut Off and Friends). Some speculate kiLL edward could simply be J. Coles alter-ego. A song by kiLL edward was uploaded to Spotify this year, and it features a voice that is strikingly similar to Coles.

The effort also includes an interlude (Once an Addict), an outro (Window Pain), and 1985, which is dubbed the Intro to The Fall Off.

Earlier this week, he held private listening sessions for the album in New York and London, and fans are already raving about the material. KOD will be J. Coles first album since 2016s 4 Your Eyez Only.

The project is due Friday, April 20.

J. Cole Reveals 'KOD' Cover & Tracklisting


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