With the release of KOD artist J. Cole delivers a beautiful composed message to the younger generations setting himself up as a veteran of the rap game. Both humbly and factually presented by cheeky punchlines and catchy hooks. All wrapped together of the beautiful mystery, who is kill Edward?
But first a message from your current featured album. Kids don’t do drugs. This message is c continuously repeated throughout KOD especially as J.Cole is performing from the perspective of an addict and those around him but the message also becomes clearer with sometime with the current obsession of opioids in the younger generations and J. Coles own mother being addicted throughout his childhood.
In the closing minutes of KOD on the final song “1985(intro to “the fall off”)”. The artist shares some advice with an up-and-coming rapper about surviving the rap game. These shots from J. Cole could be for anyone on a long list lil Yachty or lil Uzi vert who the artist J. Cole has had words with before or an outside chance that it could be xxxtentacion who called out J. Cole in his XXL freshman freestyle last year but more likely the south Florida rappers Lil pump and smoke purpp who have challenged J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar to a tag team death match and smoke purpp teased a song called “fuck J. Cole”
The mysterious mystery of kill Edward j Cole has gone platinum twice without features on albums a feat that solidifies J. Cole position with the greats. Both rappers and memes. kill Edward is on ‘the cut off ‘and ‘friends’ those worried artist J.Cole isn’t flying solo anymore can probably rest assured a recently created sound cloud artist page for Edward has only one song, ‘tidal wave (just a reference)”, which is basically just warped singing that sounds like J.Cole until it was confirmed when a fan pitched down thought J. Coles has yet to confirm the conspiracy.