J. Cole ‘Album of the Year’ Freestyle, Rappers Stealing Flows, Trippie Album Preview

On the Thursday August 9 episode of #EverydayStruggle, DJ Akademiks, Nadeska and Wayno discuss J. Cole’s new freestyle ‘Album of the Year,’ which followed a tweet that read “feed me beats. murdering everything.” Cole even announced a new mixtape called ‘THE OFF SEASON’ to drop before his album ‘The Fall Off.’ He finally sticking around for awhile? The crew also discussed claims that rappers like 6ix9ine and Smokepurpp have been jacking Valee’s flow, joked about Ray J spinning his ‘Love & Hip Hop’ beanie fiasco for profit, reminiscned about Jay Z and Kanye’s ‘Watch the Throne’ album 7 years later, and answered a Struggle Exchange fan question about why our culture loves rappers who promote drugs but not the ones who get emotional.

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28 thoughts on “J. Cole ‘Album of the Year’ Freestyle, Rappers Stealing Flows, Trippie Album Preview

  1. Wayne has like a set group of artists and styles he knows a lot about. But then there's others he talks about that he knows nothing about. He'll try to talk about them like he does dude just exit the convo or something because you clearly have no idea what the hell you're talking about.

  2. For your eyes only was a album that told a story that was impactful. Talking about the lost of his friends and the message behind it makes it amazing. Very underrated album however one of his best

  3. Y'all want Cole to work with these new niggas but you gotta think if Cole hops on a track with niggas like a lil pump, uzi, etc he either gon have to bring his rap level down or force them, niggas, to bring they shit up and them dudes ain't tryna do all that.

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