J. Cole has teased three new initiatives and has implied that he would possibly retire after they’ve all been launched.
The follow-up to 2018’s ‘KOD’ had been anticipated to reach this yr, with Cole hinting in November that ‘The Fall Off’ would be released in 2020. Nevertheless, the North Carolina rapper’s sixth studio album was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Yesterday (December 30), Cole shared a uncommon Instagram put up during which he gave followers an replace on his forthcoming music plans.
Asserting what seems to be three new initiatives, it seems like ‘The Fall Off’ will likely be preceded by two initiatives referred to as ‘The Off-Season’ and ‘It’s A Boy’.
Initially introduced when Cole dropped his ‘Album Of The Year’ freestyle again in 2018, some speculated that ‘The Off-Season’ was a means of describing Cole’s 2018-2019 characteristic run, but it surely seems prefer it’s an entire mission if his put up is something to go by.
‘It’s A Boy’ is a newly introduced mission. The title appears to recommend it may be about or devoted to the rapper’s first youngster, however no different info was shared.
Teasing his retirement with the put up’s caption, Cole wrote: “I nonetheless acquired some objectives I gotta examine off for’ I scram…”
The Instagram account for his alter-ego ‘kiLL edward’ — who was the only credited visitor on ‘KOD’ — sparked again into life with a pair of posts on the Tales characteristic.
“Rattling been off for some time however ima be certain we finish 2020 one thing particular!” the primary put up learn, earlier than it was adopted with the message: “Keep tuned hope y’all prepared!”