(Video) J. Cole: Road To Homecoming Documentary [Episode 4 – Busses, Vans And Trains]

Wednesday (January 6th), the final installment of J. Cole’s mini docu-series ‘Road To Homecoming’ was released. The four part series leads up to Cole’s HBO special, Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming Concert which will air on January 9th and feature a concert filmed in the rapper’s hometown of Fayetteville, N.C. Like the first three, this episode titled, Busses, Vans and Trains, gives fans an in depth look at just how much time and work go into getting just one show prepared. If you haven’t already, you can catch up on episodes, one, two and three here. Hit the jump to check out episode four.

(Video) J. Cole: Road To Homecoming Documentary [Episode 3 This Is What You Wanted]

With his HBO special, “Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming” quickly approaching, the third piece of J. Cole’s mini doc-series was released today. This episode titled, ‘This Is What You Wanted’ features Cole opening up about his relationship with Jay Z and his earlier career and past struggles in the music industry. Check it out below.

(Video) J.Cole: Road To Homecoming Documentary [Episode 2 Ain’t Nothing Like That]

J. Cole’s “Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming” special is set to air on HBO January 9th. Leading up to the air date for the special, Cole has gifted his patiently waiting fans with a four part mini-documentary that will detail the process behind 2014 Forest Hills Drive. Each week fans will be able to get an intimate look at life on the road with J.Cole. Last week the first episode, F*ck Money, Spread Love aired. This week’s episode titled, ‘Ain’t Nothing Like That’ gives fans a look at just what it takes to put a tour together and keep it running smoothly. Check it out below.

(Video) J. Cole: Road To Homecoming Documentary [Episode 1 – F*ck Money, Spread Love]

As previously reported, on January 9, HBO will be premiering a documentary on J. Cole’s finale performance of his 2014 Forest Hills Drive tour in his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina, dubbed the Road To Homecoming Documentary. Turns out, it’s actually going to be a docu-series! Taking to Twitter moments ago, Cole revealed that every Wednesday leading up to the 9th, he will release 4 episodes for free online, culminating in the hour-and-a-half long special on HBO. These episodes will only be available until the doc airs, and then will only be available on DVD. The first episode was released today and is called ‘F*ck Money, Spread Love,’ and it dates back to a year ago from Cole first announced 2014 Forest Hills Drive was coming. Check it out below, and check out a message from Cole on the series in the gallery!

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