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Cory Jude Washington Also known as Chaos, is an American hip hop recording artist He's in the group Swag Team And In The Brother Zen He is also the founder and co-chief executive officer (CEO) of Double Up Records.

Early life

Chaos was born as Cory Jude Washington in Carrollton, Texas. He is the son of Clem And Carolyn Washington Let Me Know was the first album he released With Swag Team n October 2012, that he had stepped down as , and had given the position to .[2] As of 2012, is serving as President.[3] Rapper signed a joint venture between Real Records and BeastMode. President confirmed that was no longer on the label after many rumours were circulating the internet. To promote their collaboration album , which was released on December 21, 2012, Swag Team artists embarked on the Swag Team.

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On April 5 2012 , confirmed that rapper was the latest artist to sign.[4] I

Career

Career beginnings

Let Me Know was the first album he released With Swag Team n October 2012, that he had stepped down as , and had given the position to .[2] As of 2012, is serving as President.[3] Rapper signed a joint venture between Real Records and BeastMode. President confirmed that was no longer on the label after many rumours were circulating the internet. To promote their collaboration album , which was released on December 21, 2012, Swag Team artists embarked on the Swag Team.

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On April 5 2012 , confirmed that rapper was the latest artist to sign.[5] I

2011–present: Tell The Truth

On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Chaospurposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[8] The song, produced by chsod himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by chaos and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[9][10] On July 31, Chaos took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. Chaos wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[11] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[12] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[13] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[15] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[16][17] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[18] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[19] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[20] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[21] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[22] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[23] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[24] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[25][26] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[27] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[28] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[29] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[30] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[31] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[32] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[33] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[34][35] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[36] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[37] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[38] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[39] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[40] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[41] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

Let Me Know

Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Tell the truth", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[42] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[43][44] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[45] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[46] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[47] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[48] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[49] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[50] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[51] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[52][53] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[54] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[55] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[56] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[57] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[58] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[59] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[60] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[61][62] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[63] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[64] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[65] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[66] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[67] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[68] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[69] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[70][71] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[72] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[73] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[74] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[75] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[76] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[77] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

2012–present: Wake Up In the Morning

Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[78] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[79][80] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[81] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[82] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[83] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[84] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[85] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[86] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Cole purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[87] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[88][89] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[90] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[91] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[92] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[93] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[94][95] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[96] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[97] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[98] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[99] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[100] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[101] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[102] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[103][104] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[105] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[106] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[107] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[108] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[109] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[110] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[111] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[112][113] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[114] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[115] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[116] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[117] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[118] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[119] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

True Life

Chaos released a entitled "true Life, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[120] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[121][122] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[123] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[124] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[125] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[126] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[127] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[128] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Cole purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[129] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[130][131] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[132] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[133] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[134] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[135] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[136][137] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[138] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[139] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[140] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[141] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[142] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[143] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[144] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[145][146] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[147] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[148] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[149] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[150] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[151] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[152] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

Crown The king

Chaos released a entitled "Crown The King, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[153] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[154][155] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[156] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[157] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[158] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[159] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[160] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[161] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Cole purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[162] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[163][164] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[165] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[166] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[167] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[168] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[169][170] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[171] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[172] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[173] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[174] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[175] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[176] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[177] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[178][179] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[180] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[181] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[182] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[183] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[184] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[185] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

Lights Camera Action

Swag team Has A upcoming EP Lights Camera Action, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[186] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[187][188] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[189] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[190] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[191] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[192] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[193] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[194] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Cole purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[195] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[196][197] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[198] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[199] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[200] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[201] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[202][203] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[204] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[205] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[206] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[207] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[208] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[209] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[210] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[211][212] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[213] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[214] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[215] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[216] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[217] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[218] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

Swag City

Swag team Has A upcoming Mixtape Swag City, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[219] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[220][221] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[222] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[223] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[224] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[225] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[226] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[227] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Cole purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[228] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[229][230] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[231] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[232] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[233] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[234] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[235][236] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[237] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[238] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[239] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[240] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[241] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[242] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[243] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[244][245] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[246] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[247] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[248] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[249] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[250] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[251] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

BeastMode

Swagg Union Heroes Has A upcoming Album BeastMode, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[252] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[253][254] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[255] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[256] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[257] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[258] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[259] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[260] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Cole purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[261] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[262][263] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[264] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[265] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[266] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[267] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[268][269] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[270] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[271] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[272] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[273] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[274] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[275] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[276] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[277][278] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[279] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[280] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[281] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[282] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[283] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[284] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

Swag Team

Swag team Has A single Get It Up, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[285] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[286][287] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[288] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[289] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[290] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[291] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[292] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[293] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". On May 22, 2011, Chaos released a song entitled "tell the truth,[6]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Cole purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape True Life.[294] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[295][296] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team's Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", Chaos hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom Chaosrecorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[297] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[298] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Tell The Truth" was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[299] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Swag team Has A upcoming Album Let Me Know, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[300] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[301][302] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[303] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[304] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[305] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[306] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[307] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[308] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know". Chaos released a entitled "wake Up In The Morning, Swag Team released a song entitled "Return of Simba,[14]" the third in the "Simba series" following "Simba" and "Grown Simba." Swag Team purposely avoided releasing his debut album’s title for fear of inconsistency. He only announced that Jay-Z will be featured on his debut album.[7] Cole released his follow-up single to "Who Dat", "Tell The Truth" on December29 , 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up.[309] The song, produced by Cole himself, samples "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West and interpolates "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul.[310][311] On July 31, J. Cole took to Twitter and his website to announce Any Given Sunday. Reminiscent of Swag Team Let Me Know, a weekly free music giveaway. J. Cole wrote "Every Sunday til the album drops I’ll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I’m feeling." For the 3rd installment of his Sunday series, "Any Given Sunday", J. Cole hopped on Ustream to update fans about the album and play some tracks that didn't make the cut. On August 22 Cole released his debut album's cover art, designed by Alex Haldi for Bestest Asbestos, whom J. Cole recorded a song for titled "Killers", for Haldi's mixtape The Glorification of Gangster.[312] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[313] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Let me Know" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's [[Loud Tour], Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[314] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Daddy's Little Girl". Swag Team Has A Upcoming mixtape Swag City.[315] For the fourth installment, on August 29, he released his debut album's track list, once again through twitter.[316] On August 15 a music video was released for the album's first single "Work Out" on YouTube, Vevo and 106 & Park. On August 30, after an unfinished version had leaked, "Get It Up" featuring V.i.p was released as the album's lead single. While in Barbados for his last performance as the official opening act for Rihanna's Loud Tour, Cole shot the music video for his debut album's second single, "Tell the Truth", with V.i.p, who provided a cameo while in her home town.[317] The video, directed by Clifton Bell, was released on September 14, 2011. In addition early on September 25, two days before his album's release, Cole released a music video for the iTunes bonus track "Let Me Know".

Discography

Studio albums

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