J. Cole Is Thanking Drake and Kanye West For “Friday Night Lights” Mixtape
J. Cole is a rapper striving and keeping in touch with his professional rap skill which hip-hop can easily notice. He don’t build irrelevant foundation to stay others less although the rapper has been known through several means that has to do with his rap career just like those albums and mixtapes representing him as accolades.
While Hip-hop continues to age, it’s quite obvious there’s powerhouse moguls with classic albums which J. Cole is one of those traditional hip-hop tycoons. His mixtape, Friday Night Lights featuring the likes of Kanye West, Drake and more just brought to recognition by the Middle Child rappee himself who’s thankful to those who gave integral to the Milestone Friday Night Lights mixtape released over a decade old.
Well, Drake and Kanye West have had related assist, probably to a particular project or single. J. Cole’s FNF is a common mixtape that we can’t forget bevy of characters, Drake, Kanye West and more were all featured and now Cole is giving back praise.
J. Cole is remembering the importance this particular FNF tape but make it officially minded, he pays homage to some of the collaborators who helped bring it to life, singling out the likes of Drake, Kanye West, Wale, and many more.
“10 years today,” begins Cole, alongside the tape’s iconic cover art. “Grateful ain’t even the word. This one defined me as a artist. Thank you forever for the love. My dream is to one day have this on DSP’s where it belongs. Until then…Thank you @kingofqueenz25 @champagnepapi @omen @wale @juromez @elitethatsme @syience1 L&X @feltonamus @alexhaldi @groovesince1989 @iam_mali @erykahbadu @janellemonae @kanyewest,” J. Cole said.
Kanye West and J. Cole had little run-in, wasn’t like Drake and Jay-Z though both still believe each. J. Cole thanking Kanye West for Friday Night Lights mixtape, maybe he’s apologizing indirectly just like Kanye West previously demanded from both Drake. He wants apologies from Drake and J Cole, after exchanging diss tracks and verses with the pair in recent years.
“I need a publicly apology from J Cole and Drake to start with immediately … I’m Nat Turner … I’m fighting for us,” as Kanye West demanded.