J. Cole Says His Roc Nation Debut Is 'Really Heavy'
J. Cole recently revealed that he was in the final stages of completing his highly anticipated debut album, which he has described as "really heavy" and "really emotional."
There is still no release date attached to the album, as J. Cole puts the finishing touches on the release, which will hit stores via Jay-Z's Roc Nation imprint.
"I know my fans are frustrated with me, because I won't give a date," J. Cole told The Press of Atlantic City. "I only gave a date one time in my career last year, and I smacked myself in the face because it was so unrealistic. Now I say it's coming soon, and it's really true, because we're in the final stages right now."
The rapper, who will make his performance debut tomorrow (April 29th) at The House of Blues inside the Showboat Casino-Hotel, said that his album will touch on his experiences growing up in Fayetteville, North Carolina, as well as various social issues.
"I don't worry about what the world wants me to do," the rapper said of his mentality while writing and recording the his album. "I'm worrying about meeting my expectations."
J. Cole's debut performance will take place tomorrow at the House of Blues at 8:00PM.
Ticket prices range from $25 - $35 dollars per ticket.