(Photo) J. Cole’s ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’ Certified Double Platinum!

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J. Cole’s “2014 Forest Hills Drive” Goes Platinum

A fews weeks ago, the question of whether The People were ready for a J. Cole, Drake and Kendrick Lamar album; we got many comments with some comparisons between the three with some expressing their feelings on album sales. Well, J. Cole is a part of the certified platinum crew. 2014 Forest Hills Drive has made plenty of moves. Find out more below.

(Video) J. Cole Explains The Meaning Of His “G.O.M.D.” Visual

2014 Forest Hills Drive has caused quite the buzz. Like Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, J. Cole’s latest album is meant to raise the topics of racism and and unity. Besides his lyrical genius on the album, he also stirs up these conversations with his visuals. The latest visual, “G.O.M.D.” serves as a period piece that shows a 1800s-version of Cole burning down a plantation. An idea he’s had in his “head for like two years,” Cole admits. During a talk with Saint Heron, the North Carolina native the meaning of his “G.O.M.D.” visual.

(Video) J. Cole Explains The Meaning Behind “Love Yourz”

He says it sums up the entire 2014 Forest Hills Drive album and his entire career up to now: J. Cole Explains The Meaning Behind “Love Yourz” and drops some more gems for the people!

(Video) J. Cole Performs “Be Free” On Letterman

All we wanna do is take the chains off … All we wanna do it be free … Taking away from his latest album, J. Cole hits up ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ to perform the inspirational, “Be Free.” The inspirational tribute is focused on the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner. Check it out after the jump.

The Early Sales Projections Are In! Guess How Much J. Cole’s ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’ Is Set To Sell In Its First Week!

Though just released yesterday, J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive first week sales projections are already in, and they’re looking to be amazing! Before I reveal the numbers, let’s review what we are working with here. Only just a couple of weeks ago, Cole reemerged from Nowheresville, and revealed that the album was coming. Since dropping his sophomore effort in the summer of 2013 and doing a few months of touring promotion, the Roc Nation rapper has been completely off the radar until the new album announcement. In addition to that, he’s released ZERO singles to radio for this project, unlike the last two albums, and has done relatively zero promo on top of that. The most he’s done has been a magazine interview and one music video beforehand, with the second video dropping on the night of the album’s release (last night.)

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