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Born Sinner is the second studio album by American rapper J. Cole. It was released on June 18, 2013, by ByStorm Entertainment, Columbia Records, Dreamville Records and Roc Nation. The album serves as the follow-up to his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story (2011). The album features guest appearances from Miguel, Amber Coffman, Jhené Aiko, James Fauntleroy, Bas, TLC, Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent.
Yeah Hey. Spinning in circles, live my life without rehearsal If I died today my nigga was it business? Was it personal? Should this be my last breath I'm blessed cause it was purposeful Never got to church to worship lord but please be merciful You made me versatile, well-rounded like cursive Know you chose me for a purpose, I put my soul in these verses Born sinner, was never born to be perfect Sucker for women licking they lips and holding these. I'm a born sinner But I'll die better than that, I swear You were always where I needed you to be Whether you were there or not there (I was there) I was born sinning But I live better than that (better than that) If you ain't fucking with that, I don't care (Ooh, ooh, ooh).
Released June 18, 2013. Born Sinner Tracklist. 1. Villuminati Lyrics. Born Sinner is J. Cole’s sophomore studio album and the follow-up to his 2011 album Cole World: The Sideline Story. The album’s title is inspired by this line from The Notorious . s 1994 track Juicy, which is sampled on the album’s opener, Villuminati : Born sinner, the opposite of a winner. Born Sinner Q&A. What was J. Cole's writing process for the album? Is this album RIAA certified? Yes, the album was certified platinum by the RIAA on February 9, 2016.
Cole's lastest album finds the Roc Nation signee in a referential state of mind. In addition to all the name-checks, the album also features Kendrick Lamar, Amber Coffman, Miguel, and TLC. Born Sinner, the heavily referential second LP for Roc Nation signee Jermaine Cole, borrows its title from the Notorious . By the time you’ve reached the record's end, you’ll have seen him try on a number of familiar hats. He repurposes OutKast's Da Art of Storytellin Pt.
Lyrically, Born Sinner is evenJ Cole's new album is a very mellow one. I thought it would be boring, but this is a mellow album done right! Lyrically, Born Sinner is even better than Yeezus and Watching Tv With the Sound Off, but for the production Yeezus AND Watching Tv were better. Production: 7/10 Lyrics: 9/10 Final: 8/1. xpand. 5 of 12 users found this helpful.
Rapper J. Cole continued the trend in pop culture of using satanic and occult imagery for his new album entitled Born Sinner. Cole, a protégé of Jay-Z, one of the biggest promoters of occult imagery and anti-Christian lyrics in entertainment today, is part of a growing number of entertainers who seek to normalize mocking Biblical themes while promoting sinful rebellion to society. It’s not necessarily a church theme and it’s not really about church.
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Born Sinner’ makes one thing clear: Cole isn’t a waste of time. From the rapper’s choice to push up his release date to compete with Kanye West’s ‘Yeezus,’ to the tech savvy idea of presenting the album in eight cities through the mobile app Lisnr, Cole eagerly wants this moment to be right. The people decide now. The album hits stores June 18, 2013. Watch J. Cole's 'Power Trip' Video Feat. Filed Under: J.
June 18, 2013 12:25PM ET. Born Sinner. Sometimes I brag like Hov/ Sometimes I’m real like Pac, J. Cole raps on his second LP. Sometimes he’s both – a verbal powerhouse and a self-emptying truth-sayer. The flagship signee to Jay-Z‘s record label spins dervish rhymes over dazzling self-produced tracks (see the Outkast-sampling Land of the Snakes ).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Kerney Sermon (Skit)||0:46|
|3||Land Of The Snakes||4:15|
Featuring – Miguel
|5||Mo Money (Interlude)||1:18|
Featuring – Amber Coffman
|10||Where's Jermaine? (Skit)||0:37|
Featuring – Kendrick Lamar
|13||Ain't That Some Shit (Interlude)||2:27|
Featuring – TLC
|15||Let Nas Down||4:37|
Featuring – James Fauntleroy*
- Copyright (c) – Roc Nation LLC
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Roc Nation LLC
- Distributed By – Columbia Records
- Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment
- Executive-Producer – Jermaine Cole, Mark Pitts, Roc Nation
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- Barcode (Text): 8 8883-73027-2 2
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