North Carolina rapper J. Cole surprised fans this week by announcing a new album that would drop on April 20 called “KOD.” Well, it’s finally here, and of course Twitter reacted.
Here’s some of what people are saying.
KOD. 3 meanings.
Kids on Drugs
Kill Our Demons
The rest of the album I leave to your interpretation.
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) April 19, 2018
— Cycle (@bycycle) April 20, 2018
J. Cole really dropped a Drug Awareness album on 4/20. Wow. That's genius. @ElliottWilson
— Ty Marshall™ (@TyMarshall_Era) April 20, 2018
J Cole ain’t for everybody 💯 too much real
— [LuuhShawn] (@LuuhShawnMusic) April 20, 2018
— Vanilla Trill (@FlagInSpanish) April 20, 2018
— Zach (@zach_wk) April 20, 2018
Intro by #JCole :
— Shirley (@ppapercraness) April 20, 2018
Lil Pump was expecting a clap back, and J. Cole was like: “Pump… Have you opened a savings account yet?” 😳😂😂
— Lorenzo Washington (@GeneralZos) April 20, 2018
NO J. COLE SLANDER WILL BE TOLERATED
— Sparkito☄️ (@SparkitoHoops) April 20, 2018
J. Cole is an artist, not an entertainer. Big Difference. Respect the man. He's earned that.
— Charles M. Andrews (@AndrewsTheBiz) April 20, 2018
J Cole: "I wish that I could say the right words to cheer her up. I wish her son's love was enough. I tell her mama go to sleep, she tell me boy hush you better pray to god your heart never get crushed"
— danny (@d_annyc) April 20, 2018
If you don’t understand J. Cole 1985 you’ve probably recorded yourself doing this on your Instagram Story. pic.twitter.com/AJLqGVbZNw
— Shawn Rose (@ShawnFace) April 20, 2018
J. Cole addressed mental health issues, bashed the government and so much more on ‘KOD.’ That’s more than enough for me to continue stanning forever. He won. pic.twitter.com/eOm6jLbfeD
— ronald isley (@yoyotrav) April 20, 2018
J Cole bodied Lil Pump with a Ted Talk. #1985
— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) April 20, 2018
J cole raps about police brutality, black on black violence, abortion, rape, poverty, drug abuse, mental health, depression, the justice system, just to name a few and people want to come on this app and compare him to rappers like young thug with confidence 😴.
— Jahou👸🏿 (@jahouB) April 20, 2018
J Cole : “when ya sh*t flop, in five years you gone be on love and hip-hop” pic.twitter.com/bKf6yDHFqz
— oldhead (@outcastdre) April 20, 2018
J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar just need to drop that collabo album they've been talking about since 2012.
— Garvey (@iAmKingducer) April 20, 2018
Anyone else remember when J. Cole was an NBA Jam secret character? pic.twitter.com/Ah5Kn8HbOs
— NBA Jam (the book) (@nbajambook) April 20, 2018
“J Cole is the Tim Duncan of rap” is one of the most realest quotes I’ve heard in my young lifetime.
— Dante Turo (@DanteOnDeck) April 20, 2018
— Power 105.1 (@Power1051) April 20, 2018