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Monday, March 18, 2024

NO MP3 DOWNLOAD: MIGHT DELETE LATER, VOL. 2 by J.Cole ft Bas in new song snippet

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that MIGHT DELETE LATER, VOL. 2 by J.Cole ft Bas in new song snippet.

The Fall Off is almost here, and J. Cole is hyping fans up for it yet again with another Might Delete Later vlog. Moreover, Vol. 2 contains a couple of different song teases and snippets, fun and introspective moments while on his Big As The What? tour with Drake, and some other creative visuals and music video set-ups, paired with great editing and a vintage aesthetic, to bring us into the creative process behind this album. As with the first volume, it's a pretty big hit and one that fans will likely appreciate a lot.

Once again, the post included grainy, low-fi footage interspersing behind-the-scenes vignettes with ’90s CD-ROM UI graphics, Cole’s workout, skate-video fisheye lenses, and infomercial-style advertising. This time, he snuck a couple of snippets into the video, one a mellow banger with fellow Dreamville rapper Bas and the other, with an aggressive beat. At the end, an infomercial graphic gives out “Lil Cole’s burner” phone number next to a spinning Nokia brick phone (indestructible!) as a clip of The Diplomats’ 2002 Diplomatic Immunity track “I’m Ready” plays in the background.

In it, J. Cole links up with Sexyy Red for the first time and greets Central Cee, Lil Yachty, Benny The Butcher, and a couple of other notable names beyond his Dreamville and OVO crew. The former label's festival's boss also includes a number at the end of this video, which will play a spoken word passage with a nostalgic beat in the background if called. It's similar to other promotional rollouts and initiatives such as for Tyler, The Creator's CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST back in 2021.

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