J. Cole had returned with 2 new tracks “The Climb Back, & Lion King On Ice “off of his new upcoming sixth studio album ‘The Fall Off,’ which is in the works but no date on the release according to North Carolina rapper after he posted on Instagram.
The 2 new tracks comes weeks after Cole’s release of “Snow On Tha Bluff,” which not only shed light on the Black Lives Matter Movement, but also criticized Chicago rapper Noname; who later responded with
“Song 22,” but later apologized for her response.
“The Fall Off “ was teased on J.Cole’s “1985” song, in which some fans seem believed that he was dissing Lil Pump and other young rappers.
Both singles meanings are some similar, on “The Climb Back,” J. Cole raps about rediscovering his love for rap. He also raps about a few of his traumatic life experiences; and “Lion King on Ice,” returns to his alter ego Young Simba where he talks about his experiences growing up in Fayetteville, where he didn’t always know whether or not he would see the next day.
“The Climb Back,” produced by J. Cole himself and “Lion King on Ice” produced by J. Cole, T-Minus, and Jetson, are out now. Listen below.