J. Cole is back with new music and a video.
The track is titled "Album Of The Year (Freestyle)" and features Cole rapping over the beat for Nas and Bravehearts' "Oochie Wally."
But that's not all. Cole also teased the project The Off Season in the caption for "Album Of The Year (Freestyle)," though not much in the way of details are currently available. "The Off Season coming soon... All roads lead to The Fall Off," Cole wrote. "1985 (Intro to 'The Fall Off')" is the last track on Cole's KOD album.
Watch the video for "Album Of The Year (Freestyle)," which was directed by Simon David, up top. You can also stream the track over on Apple Music or below via Spotify.
Album of the Year freestyle https://t.co/OI0ralvt6y— J. Cole (@JColeNC) August 8, 2018
"Album Of The Year (Freestyle)" comes on the heels of Cole taking to Twitter to write: "Feed me beats. Everything gettin murdered." The tweet prompted producers from all walks of life to send their work over to Cole. Many assumed that the call for beats was an indication that Cole was getting ready to get back into the studio to work on a new project and it seems like those guesses turned out to be true.
Feed me beats. Everything gettin murdered.— J. Cole (@JColeNC) August 6, 2018
J. Cole's "KOD" has broken the US Spotify record for biggest opening day (4.2m streams).— chart data (@chartdata) April 21, 2018