The North Carolina rapper releases a track supposedly aimed at Chicago spitter Noname.

J. Cole always speaks his mind when it comes to issues he cares about. The Carolina rapper didn’t hold back when he made a stop in Baltimore for his 4 Your Eyez Only Tour. In the midst of his set, Cole took the time to talk about the city as well as the Baltimore Ravens […]


A viral video revealed that J.Cole's fans came to his rescue after he and actor Michael B. Jordan were denied entry into a Toronto nightclub over the weekend.


During a campaign rally in Ohio, when asked how he felt about being labeled a sexist and racist, Donald Trump cut the interview short. He did the same thing the day before.

Kaepernick is not the first athlete to sit out the National Anthem or speak out on racial injustice, but his protest stands out because of his prominence and his willingness to take a risk.

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Drake’s OVO Fest in Toronto ended in mayhem last night, after two people were shot and killed during an after party hosted by the rapper.

The unwarranted slaying of Ferguson, Missouri teen Michael Brown has caused plenty of citizens to fight for justice and musicians J. Cole and Elle Varner…

A month ago, alumni and administration officials at Fayetteville State University were angered over the appearance by several university cheerleaders in a music video done by popular rap artist and Fayetteville native J. Cole. Here’s the statement from FSU Chancellor Dr. James: “I am writing our alumni to assure you that the university was unaware […]