J.Cole’s “K.O.D” drops this Friday, April 20th.
Cole sent the Internet into a frenzy this past week after he gradually unveiled details pertaining to his forthcoming album. He initially sparked speculations by clearing his entire Instagram page ( that’s how we know a rapper’s about to drop an album in 2018). Shortly after the IG stunt, he announced that he’d be holding a free show that evening in New York City. After the show in New York, he announced his album “K.O.D” and from what people have said, it’s one of his most experimental projects thus far. As we near the project’s Friday release, the rapper has shared the cover art and tracklist for the project.
Cole took to Twitter to share the official album art and tracklist for his forthcoming album, K.O.D. The album’s title stands for three things: Kidz On Drugz, King Overdose and Kill Our Demonz. The rapper’s cover art hones all three of these meanings into one. The artwork features Cole with a crown over his head and his eyes rolled to the back. There’s also four children depicted in the image doing drugs.
Check out the Tweets below and the full tracklist.
KOD 4/20 Cover and back pic.twitter.com/2iUaKrI42F
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) April 18, 2018
Cole handles the entire album alone, save one feature with Kill Edward who pops up on “The Cut Off” and “Friends.”
J. Cole K.O.D. tracklist
- The Cut Off ft. Kill Edward
- Kevin’s Heart
- Once An Addict (Interlude)
- FRIENDS ft. Kill Edward
- Window Pain (Outro
- 1985 (Intro To The Fall Off)