J.Cole gives fans a free and full stream of “Born Sinner” a week before its scheduled release.
With just a week to go until the release of J. Cole’s sophomore effort Born Sinner, the rapper puts up a stream of the entire album on his website. The streaming tactic comes after the LP leaked online after his listening party in New York last Thursday (June 6).
Cole took to Twitter to address the leak and award fans with a free and legit stream:
Thank you for the love. Rather than acting like the leak didn’t happen, here’s the official album stream for those who haven’t heard it.
So far, the reactions to the highly anticipated LP have been positive, with fans liking more than his debut effort. The album has guest appearances Roc Nation boss Jay-Z Miguel, Kendrick Lamar and Jhené Aiko to name a few.
It also features Tupac and Left Eye name drops and references to Kanye West (whose Yeezus album drops the same day); with samples of Notorious B.I.G.. Most notably, a heartfelt track about Nas – whom he felt he disappointed with his Cole World: A Sideline Story track, ‘Work Out’.
Make sure you cop Born Sinner when it drops June 18, we sure will be! Stream it below.