News: J. Cole Says 'F*ck It', Admits Being Cheap W/ Drake & Upset At Jay-Z [Audio]

Tuesday, Apr 30, 2013 10:40AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Roc Nation rapper J. Cole is hoping to hold fans over as they patiently wait for his upcoming Born Sinner solo album by announcing plans to drop a Truly Yours 2 project today (April 30).

The Jay-Z protégé announced the unexpected project's Tuesday release last night (April 29).

"F*ck it. Truly Yours 2 tomorrow. You Deserve it.," Cole tweeted late Monday night. (J. Cole's Twitter)

The new mystery project is a follow-up to its predecessor, which dropped in February.

J. Cole on his Twitter account just announced Truly Yours 2-the official sequel to his Born Sinner holdover 5-track free EP which dropped in February. Shortly after releasing the newly recorded track "Cole Summer," he announced a brand new EP for the fans. Cole says Truly Yours 2 will drop within the next 24 hours. Why is Cole being so kind to his fans at such a late hour? Because they deserve it. (Rap Dose)

Shortly before the news, the rapper released his personal "Cole Summer" anthem which touches on a variety of topics including being a penny-pincher and having issues with Roc Nation boss Jay-Z's demands.

As he nears completion on his sophomore album, J. Cole takes a break from recording to remind us that he's coming with heat this summer. On the soulful "Cole Summer," the self-proclaimed "cheap ass ni**a" raps about throwing thousands in the strip club with Drake ("The difference is I'm throwing 4, he throwing 50"), Jay-Z's orders to record with Stargate ("That shit was like detention now"), and dreams of Tia and Tamera Mowry. The cover is a reference to his mother, who used to work at the post office. "I told her quit her job, but hold your horses/ If my next album flop, it's back to the post office, both of us," he raps over a sample of Lauryn Hill's "Nothing Even Matters." (Rap-Up)

If all goes accordingly, fans will have their hands on Cole's upcoming Born Sinner around late June.

Taking to his Twitter, Cole wrote "said i would never announce on twitter, but damn, since i f*cked up that first one (but what a moment!) ...... Born Sinner June 25th. - Cole." Since delaying the album, Cole had previously pleased plans with the Truly Yours EP. Now, he's got two and a half months to make sure Born Sinner isn't delayed again. (Exclaim)

Check out "Cole Summer":

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