After fans wrapped up their listen to J. Cole’s KOD they believed the last record on the project “1985 (Intro to “The Fall Off”)” hinted that a new project called The Fall Off is on the way. Cole cleared the air this morning (May 16), when he released his highly anticipated interview with Angie Martinez. Towards the end of the interview, Cole revealed that he has more music on the way but we will not hear the new album for probably another year. He also states that he already began working on the project,“Ive been working on it for a year and a half.” Cole then revealed that “Everybody Dies” and “False Prophets” were originally songs from The Fall Off. Check out the interview below and turn your Cole notifications on so you don’t miss a Dreamville beat.
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