The Off-Season - J. Cole

The Off-Season

J. Cole

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2021-05-14
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2021 Dreamville, Inc., Under exclusive license to Roc Nation Records


The Off-Season - J. Cole
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  • Knightis

    By Knightis
    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥CLASSIC 5 MICS
  • Good album

    By kabaka111
    This is the best album of decade
  • The Real is Back..

    By shewholovess
    One of the best along side forest hills drive .. he never disappoints! Honestly didn’t skip one song and that’s telling great job jcole !!
  • 💥🔥🔥🔥🔥

    By HeavyHandzLo
    Dope lyricist album is on repeat for sure top notch Jcole for sure
  • Good album

    By Kimmyboo105
    J cole doesn’t disappoint
  • Classic. Don’t care

    By ScottwRemax
    Still playing front to back. Classic.
  • 🔥🔥🔥

    By omana-69
    You know J Cole gonna go off when he releases 🔥🔥
  • Hip hop for old heads, Real hip hop lives!

    By gobluebruin
    Mumble rap and drill was killing me....didn’t think I would ever buy another rap album. Thanks J. Cole, I’mma cop this!
  • AOTY Contender for sure

    By D-Xtreme
    Great album/mixtape
  • Amazing work, not my #1

    By Ballsmatty
    Album is a work of art, no doubt, but it lacks the story telling and the journey that his other albums and mixtapes have. I love albums I can get lost in for an hour. I turn it on and come out the end an hour later feeling like I went on a true melodic and lyrical in the shoes of the artist. This lacks that, obviously, because it was never meant to be that. Cole was out to do something different here and I respect it, it’s just not my favorite. I would have given this 5 stars but I think it was too short. Would have been nice if Middle Child, Lewis Street, and Snow on the Bluff were on here—hell why not the LA leakers freestyle too? I do think Cole’s future projects will not be like this album, and when those drop I am sure I’ll appreciate this one even more due to its rarity. Thanks Cole for this unforgettable album.