Last night Roc Nation rapper, J-Cole previewed his new album, “Cole World” at the New York Chinatown, Santos Party House. Those in attendance at the New York Chinatown night spot enjoyed a “first-listen” to Cole’s new 15 track album, which has already impressed many.
This lyric-centric “listening party” was intended to be an event during which listeners at the New York Chinatown night spot could internalize the intelligence J-Cole intentionally placed into very line of his new album. “Crafting lucid portrayals of young black males reckoning with their ideas of masculinity and maturity,” Rollin Stone music critic, Matthew Trammel, underscores the unique way in which J-Cole has sought to restore the social and political nature of hip-hop, which
This new and exciting lyricist not only gave those in attendance last night at the Santos Party House a great sneak peek into “Cole World,” but also, a growing demand for more introspective and intellectual hip-hop which spans far beyond New York Chinatown.