J. Cole Reveals New Album 'KOD' Dropping this Week

Bessie Dean
April 17, 2018

It's tough to tell if Smokepurpp is just trolling fans here, considering Cole never puts features on his albums, or if he's telling the truth, but you can check it out for yourself (below).

Announced via his Twitter account, there will be a free J. Cole concert in London tonight at a secret location.

J. Cole is up to something.

On top of that, MissInfo reports that the album has three different subtitles and suggests that there are 12 songs on it. The invitation also comes as Cole changed his social media profile images to the same shade of purple.

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Cole was in Australia in December wrapping up the touring cycle for his last album, 2016's 4 Your Eyez Only.

Tidal might be the streaming service to watch for further information in the coming days.

We most recently heard a new verse from J. Cole on the NBA Playoffs commercial for ESPN which could've been the first hint that something was on the way.

The North Carolina rapper is gearing up to release his fifth studio album "KOD", which was announced only yesterday - the record itself will be out on Friday (April 20).

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