J Cole laid out a plan for a handful of albums in 2020. His post-K.O.D. plans included the release of The Off-Season, which arrived in 2021, as well as The Fall Off and It’s A Boy. All three projects were described as part of “The Fall Off Era.” “I still got some goals I gotta check off for’ I scram…,” he captioned the post. Though we got one out of the three projects, fans have evidently waited for even more music from the Fayetteville native.

J Cole hasn’t left fans empty-handed, though. Last year, he joined the Dreamville roster for D-Day: A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape, which boasted records like “Stick” and “Freedom Of Speech.” Additionally, he delivered a few stand-out guest features on songs like “Johnny P’s Caddy” by Benny The Butcher and Bia’s “London.” In the midst of these releases, he’s also embarked on a career in professional basketball, which, for the most part, has been short-lived. However, he seems to be cooking up these days and a new project could be arriving soon.

Dreamville’s Ib Hints At New Music From J. Cole

J. Cole’s manager and Dreamville co-founder, Ibrahim Hamad, shared a brief but promising update on Instagram last night. Team Dreamville shared a tweet where they asked fans which J Cole album they’d want to hear live in its entirety. As fans shared their preferences, Ib quoted the tweet and simply wrote, “The Fall Off.” Ib didn’t elaborate any further but it seems like he’s fueling anticipation for J. Cole’s next studio album. Hopefully, a release date will come shortly after.

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In the past month, Cole’s blessed fans with a few gems to hold them over. Last month, he released “Procrastination (Broke)” through a producer Bvtman’s YouTube channel that he discovered while searching “J. Cole Beats.” Shortly after, he co-produced Cordae and Anderson .Paak’s “Two Tenz,” alongside Dem Joints. However, it’s possible we get more new music from J. Cole soon as Dreamville announced that they are executive producing the Creed III soundtrack, which drops on March 3rd, along with the film. Cole hasn’t confirmed any contributions to the soundtrack but it seems likely given Dreamville’s role on the project.