Published: Fri, April 20, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Listen to J. Cole aka kiLL edward's New Song 'Tidal Wave'

Listen to J. Cole aka kiLL edward's New Song 'Tidal Wave'

The album artwork plays into the theme of J. Cole's new album "KOD", which he revealed has multiple meanings. The front cover depicting a hypnotizing King Cole dawning an exposed cloak, occupied by four children engaging in some form of drug activity, along with three skeletons (potentially acting as metaphorical demons hidden within). The project will be available by midnight so you only have a few hours to find out just who that artist is.

On Wednesday, April 18th, Cole shared the cover art for his album.

This is not a far-fetched idea given that J.

Later that night, Cole posted a flyer announcing a free show at the Gramercy Theatre in NY. You can also stream the track on Apple Music or Spotify. It could be Cole in his younger days.

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However fans were quick to notice that J. Cole, who famously went double platinum with no features, has included another rapper on the tracklist.

A Kill Edward reference single was leaked online called "Tidal Wave (Just a little reference)" where he raps about "I guess the neighbors think I'm selling dope".

Interesting enough, the project ends with the outro "1985", which not only is the year Jermaine was born, but will reportedly serve as an intro into Cole's next untitled project as well.

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