- J. Cole has announced that he's dropping a new album on 14 May titled The Off-Season and fans are hyped up
- It has been three years since the rapper released a studio album and the album art is looking quite enticing
- Social media users from all over the world reacted to J. Cole's post and can't wait to hear the new music
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It's been three years since J. Cole dropped an album and the wait is finally over for his fans. The rapper took to Twitter to announce that his new album titled The Off-Season is going to be released on 14 May.
Taking to social media, J. Cole posted album art of the album and shared an interesting fact about the project, which is dropping very soon.
"Just know this was years in the making. My new album The Off-Season available everywhere 5/14," he tweeted.
J. Cole is an artist who prefers working alone and has had his last three albums go platinum with no features. Fans are wondering if this album is going to be the same or if he'll finally feature some artists on his latest work.
Check out the reactions from social media users below:
"After waiting for years for J. Cole to drop another album."
"Who's going platinum with no features."
"J. Cole is releasing a new album. He’s one of the best rappers of all time!"
"Y’all better recognise the growth too. Cole is a master storyteller."
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Joey Fatts recently took to social media to give fans a sneak peek into what he's been doing with A-Reece. Joey did an Instagram Live streaming session with his followers to show them what they can expect from the new record.
"Joey Fatts x A-Reece Mixtape quickly, Worldwide Brothers," he wrote.