UPDATED Thursday, July 23: As earlier announced, J.Cole has released the first two singles off his highly anticipated studio album ‘The Fall Off’ scheduled to arrive later this year. The two singles are titled ‘The Climb Back’ & ‘Lion King on Ice.’
“Turn up your decibels, peep how I decimate a joint / Check out my projects like them workers that Section 8 appoints / And you’ll see how I flipped, like exclamation points / My niggas shoot first as if they never played the point, more two guards.” He raps on The Climb Back.
“It’s the land of supply and demand / All my young niggas choppin’ up grams / And them choppas, won’t pry from they hands / Packin’ lead like they got a exam / If it’s beef, my nigga look just like home wreckers / They got they eye on your mans.” He raps on Lion King on Ice.
Original Post: Although we may have to wait for a while before getting a J. Cole album, the rapper has announced that he will be dropping two new songs tomorrow (Wednesday) night at 10 pm.
The Climb Back – produced by me.
Lion King on Ice – produced by J. Cole, T-Minus, and Jetson. First 2 songs from The Fall Off. Dropping tomorrow night 10pm. No date for the album yet, taking my time, still finishing. ❤️
🧗🏾♂️🧗🏾♂️🧗🏾♂️ x 🦁🦁🦁 pic.twitter.com/b7h0fowVPp
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) July 21, 2020
Cole took to twitter to announce the two songs titled ‘The Climb Back’ & ‘Lion King on Ice.’ He also shared the artwork for the new songs while revealing that he self produced the first song while the second is produced by him, Jetsonmade and T-Minus.
“No date for the album yet, taking my time, still finishing.” He wrote.