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I’m this puppy because life could be full of uncertainty and pain one minute and then just like that, God creates an opening. It’s happened to me countless times and that’s why I’m always on here talking this wild sh!t but also being spiritual. Like Vampire Weekends said bruv, I feel it in my bones. U are truly connected to God when not only are u thankful for the blessings, but you’re also thankful for the tests because they make u reflect. I just read “Principles” by Ray Dalio and he mentioned that instead of medicating life’s pain, experience it. Reflect on it. That’s how u are able to try to change it and not let it repeat. I’m still gon occasionally hit that kush when I need to chill however Imma reflect on this, thank u Ray 🤗😂. As always this caption was all over the map but I woke up feeling a lot of things and wanted to share. Happy Friday to all of u, bless up! 🙌❤️: l foster failed. She's mine now! Let the spoiling commence! Pic: reddit u/mocosa @DrSmashlove Not recomme ed I’m this puppy because life could be full of uncertainty and pain one minute and then just like that, God creates an opening. It’s happened to me countless times and that’s why I’m always on here talking this wild sh!t but also being spiritual. Like Vampire Weekends said bruv, I feel it in my bones. U are truly connected to God when not only are u thankful for the blessings, but you’re also thankful for the tests because they make u reflect. I just read “Principles” by Ray Dalio and he mentioned that instead of medicating life’s pain, experience it. Reflect on it. That’s how u are able to try to change it and not let it repeat. I’m still gon occasionally hit that kush when I need to chill however Imma reflect on this, thank u Ray 🤗😂. As always this caption was all over the map but I woke up feeling a lot of things and wanted to share. Happy Friday to all of u, bless up! 🙌❤️
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I'm on the bus arguing with some J Cole fans about Kendrick. Now the reason I don't like J Cole is because his fans are some of the most stubborn and annoying people. They the type to say you have to have a certain intelligence to listen to him but couldn't score higher than 800 on the SAT. It's a select few fans who know good music. The rest believe he's the savior of rap. I'm holding my own and they hitting me with shit from Wikipedia. It's about 4 of them. I'm trying to get my point across but they not listening. This is probably one of the most difficult music debates out. You can't go wrong with either one of them. Homie reciting J Cole verses like bible scripture and I'm hitting him with Kendrick greatest hits. This debate split down the middle when the leader of they group pulls out a tape recorder and starts playing she's mine part 2. Now part 1 is good but in part 2 that baby crying makes pulling out a little overrated. I swear to you every dude on the bus bursted into tears. Even the bus driver got emotional. This one of them tracks that make me feel like it's time to Settle down and start a family. It was a emotional bus ride. We all sitting down venting. I'm sitting here thinking in my head "look at these bitch ass niggas". Their stop comes up and they get off. One of them stays back before the bus pulls off and says "He went platinum with no features" and jumped off. The bus was still moving. Dude almost died trying to be dramatic. Them niggas went Christmas caroling singing J Cole songs. I stayed on the bus. I rode home bumping good kid mad city. I lost the batle that day on the Q5. That was the first time in a long time I felt like a bitch.: Trying to Argue with a J Cole fan. I'm on the bus arguing with some J Cole fans about Kendrick. Now the reason I don't like J Cole is because his fans are some of the most stubborn and annoying people. They the type to say you have to have a certain intelligence to listen to him but couldn't score higher than 800 on the SAT. It's a select few fans who know good music. The rest believe he's the savior of rap. I'm holding my own and they hitting me with shit from Wikipedia. It's about 4 of them. I'm trying to get my point across but they not listening. This is probably one of the most difficult music debates out. You can't go wrong with either one of them. Homie reciting J Cole verses like bible scripture and I'm hitting him with Kendrick greatest hits. This debate split down the middle when the leader of they group pulls out a tape recorder and starts playing she's mine part 2. Now part 1 is good but in part 2 that baby crying makes pulling out a little overrated. I swear to you every dude on the bus bursted into tears. Even the bus driver got emotional. This one of them tracks that make me feel like it's time to Settle down and start a family. It was a emotional bus ride. We all sitting down venting. I'm sitting here thinking in my head "look at these bitch ass niggas". Their stop comes up and they get off. One of them stays back before the bus pulls off and says "He went platinum with no features" and jumped off. The bus was still moving. Dude almost died trying to be dramatic. Them niggas went Christmas caroling singing J Cole songs. I stayed on the bus. I rode home bumping good kid mad city. I lost the batle that day on the Q5. That was the first time in a long time I felt like a bitch.
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The story behind JCole's new album '4youreyezonly' WSHH: Ok. So the album begins as j cole saying he doesn't think he wants to live anymore. But as the story goes on, he meets a girl on the song deja vu. They fall in love (She's mine pt1). As the album goes deeper, Cole realizes his friends are dying in the streets and he keeps selling drugs. Then he has a daughter (she's mine pt2) On the last song, Cole is rapping to his daughter saying sorry but if you're hearing this album I am dead the life in the streets got to me. That's when I realized something. The album isn't directly about j Cole. It's about his friend. J Cole wasn't in the streets dealing drugs. He got out. His friend is the one on the last song rapping to his own daughter. Then, on the last verse of the last song, j Cole himself appears and talks to his friends daughter himself. He tells her that her dad died from his life in the streets but was still a good person. Now here's what's crazy. That means the whole album is technically his friends life. BUT it is still j Coles life. Everything that happens throughout the album to his friend tecniciallt happens to Cole as well. Their lives parallel one another. They both find a girl they both have a daughter. But at the end, his friend passes away because of his life in the streets. J Cole doesn't die. He lives on to share his friends story. 4 his daughters eyes only. The story behind JCole's new album '4youreyezonly' WSHH

The story behind JCole's new album '4youreyezonly' WSHH

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