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J. Cole previews more new music in second "Might Delete Later" vlog

Screenshots from J. Cole's "Might Delete Later" vlog.
J. Cole is gearing up to release his seventh studio album "The Fall Off." (Instagram/mightdeletelater)

J. Cole treated to fans to snippets of some new music as he released the second episode of his "Might Delete Later" vlog series on Monday.


The vlog series, which is being posted to burner Instagram and YouTube accounts of the same name, follows Cole on his current It’s All a Blur — Big as the What? Tour with Drake.


The second episode sees Cole hanging out with the 6 God, Central Cee, Benny the Butcher, and more.


It also features teasers of two new songs.


The snippet of the first song, which features Cole's Dreamville labelmate Bas, begins just after Cole showcases a new basketball shoe he's been designing.


"You'll never see me in Giuseppe, I find that tacky, look what I'm steppin' in / Some shit I designed by Italians, callin' 'em Indy 5000s," Cole raps on the track, referencing his new sneakers.


The snippet of the second song, which starts after Cole is seen hanging out with Dreamville's Head of Promotions Matty P, includes an accompanying music video, in which Cole raps while riding around on a bicycle.


On the preview, Cole raps: “Going to sleep at night, praying to God release the stress / Now I’m on G4 jets across the seas to decompress / My recent texts, how much you think? Hmm, decent guess / They go, ‘Cole, who you gon’ kill on the feature next?‘”



Cole also teased two new tracks in the first of his "Might Delete Later" vlog videos, which was posted last month.


The series comes as the "Love Yourz" rapper is gearing up to release his eagerly anticipated seventh studio album, "The Fall Back," which in February he confirmed he is close to finishing.


During the opening night of his and Drake's tour at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on February 2, Cole told the crowd: “Right now, I’m at the tail-end of working on this album I’ve been working on for a long time."


“It’s called 'The Fall Off,'" he added.


Drake then interjected to tell the audience that he'd already heard Cole's new project, dubbing it a "classic."


It's unclear if any of the two new songs Cole has previewed in his "Might Delete Later" vlogs will feature on "The Fall Off."



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