J. Cole is ready to launch a documentary to accompany the launch of his new album.
The 36-year-old rap star has revealed he is planning to launch ‘Making use of Stress: The Off-Season Documentary’, which can give followers a behind-the-scenes take a look at the evolution of his new album.
In a video clip on Twitter, Cole – who’s poised to launch his new album, ‘The Off-Season’, later this week – says: “That is the second that quite a lot of your favorite rappers hit a crossroad. Are you OK with getting snug when you depart no stone unturned creatively? I believed rather a lot about that – ‘Nah, I’m not cool with that’.”
Cole beforehand revealed that he hopes to stay a related determine within the music business for many years to return.
The ‘Crooked Smile’ hitmaker admitted he desires to develop into a Bruce Springsteen-like determine for rap music.
He shared: “I don’t wanna be making a documentary 20 years from now speaking about this as if it was the tip.
“I wanna nonetheless be current and nonetheless making music. I wanna be like Bruce Springsteen or one thing, making songs which might be related. If a tragedy occurs, make a music and I simply put it out and folks know I’m nonetheless talking for them. I wanna be like that. I wanna have my artwork at all times appreciated.”
The rapper – who launched his debut album, ‘Cole World: The Sideline Story’, in 2011 – additionally insisted he wasn’t getting carried away by fame and success.
He mentioned: “I don’t purchase into my very own hype.
“I’m grateful for the reactions and the appreciation, however I don’t purchase into like, ‘Yeah, I’m the person.’ Nah, I really feel like I bought rather a lot left. I’m gonna be right here for years.”