Wassup man! Written by J. Cole and A. Hernandez Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, that's it. I'm appreciatin' watchin' y'all grow more than we did! Yo Elijah! You gotta loop the beat up right now though cause it can't... okay.
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Man, shout out Drizzy Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Wale, I'm so happy to be peers with y'all niggas and consider y'all niggas friends. Ib what up. How am I not gon' shout out Mimi man, fuck that shit keep the tape rollin'. my nigga Jack who's at the board right now, what's up man!? Assistant Engineer: Sean Kellett (Perfect Sound Studios) and Jack Mason (MSR Studios). Sample provided by Damon "Omen" Coleman for Dopart (ASCAP). And the only way you gon' get to that happiness is through love, real, geniuine, motherfuckin' love man. Oh my God. I don't know either one of them niggas, I was in the moment. We appreciate it. My nigga Quick with the clean versions, Vinylz killed that beat! This composition contains an interpolation of "Hollywood," written by A. Fischer, W. Griffin III, J. Carthorn, D. Hollis, D. Williams, D. Williams and D. Wolinski, published by Universal Music Corp. / Universal Polygram International Publishing Inc. / Wayniac Publishing / Tripploc Publishing / Warren G Publishing / Neblove Publishing / Spirit Two Music / Big Elk Music And it's bigger than Ferguson, man that shit is fuckin' nationwide man. And we ain't had no hits, all we had was fuckin' "Who Dat." I'm proud of you and your homeboys. You'll see in the end For real Dale, from me to you, you my nigga man, forreal. (And don't shit matter) Additional Instrumentation by Ronald Gilmore, Nate Jones (Bass), Jeff Gitelman (Guitar), James Rodgers (Bass Trombone), James Casey (Saxophone), Travis Antoine (Trumpet). Mez who fuckin' asleep right now, that nigga ain't even recording this thing right now.
"That's Alright With Me" performed by Esther Phillips, used courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment and King Records Co. Ltd.
Additional Instrumentation by Ronald Gilmore (Keys), CharGaux (Strings), James Rodgers (Bass Trombone), James Casey (Saxophone), Travis Antoine (Trumpet).
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, that's it.
Everybody that was involved in makin' this album. The whole sales team, production, marketing team. This composition contains elements of "La Morte Dell Erminia," written by F. Trecca, published by Warner/Chappell Music Italiana SRL (SIAE). I'm just telling y'all, that's a Public Service Announcement. you and the fiends, my nigga Bassy Badass, Bas, Bas, Bas, I can't believe it, nigga!
The album won Album of the Year at the 2015 BET Hip Hop Awards, and Top Rap Album at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Columbia, we love y'all man, damn.
Written by J. Cole and M. Farner "Berta, Berta" performed by Branford Marsalis, used courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment. Yeah, that's fuckin'... that's fucked up, nigga. Or they want your bitch, so you feel better, fuck that, real love.
and Willie B, I never met you, but you did the beat. We gotta be the example, we gotta show these niggas man, it's love at the top. This composition embodies portions of "Sky Restaurant," written by Y. Arai and K. Murai, published by Alfa Music c/o Sony Japan c/o Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP) Additional Vocals by Kaye Fox.
It was released on December 9, 2014, by ByStorm Entertainment, Columbia Records, Dreamville Records and Roc Nation. As of September 2015, the album has sold one million copies in the United States. NOTE TO SELF I don't give a fuck if we sell 3 copies nigga, we killed this shit nigga! Man, shout out Drizzy Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Wale, I'm so happy to be peers with y'all niggas and consider y'all niggas friends. My nigga Julius Garcia, I already shouted you out but I shouted out your alias and I just put your whole government on record and this gon' live forever. My nigga Depp, you know what I mean? Produced by Anderson "Vinylz" Hernandez for Vinylz Music Group, Sony/ATV Music (ASCAP).
Management: Not niggas seeing your whip and they want your whip so you feel good cause they want your whip.
I gotta do my thank you's man. My brother Ced, wow, we done came a long way from the Ville, my nigga Gray's Creek. Guess that shit a little wild, I ain't gon' lie. Everything happened too perfectly and in line—this whole thing. My nigga Felton, you killed it, you killed that Friday Night Lights shit nigga and you killed this one too man.
Jonathan Koby It was always family but it's so ill to see us come together on this album, thank y'all very much man. 2014 Forest Hills Drive is the third studio album by American rapper J. Cole. Wassup man! I'm so grateful man, thank y'all. I'ma pay you, I'ma give you a percentage, but you shouldn't be able to tell me I can't use it.
Cole World man.
Fuck that, man, we movin' on.
Don't nobody stay for the movie credits anyway man... My Mama OOOOOOOOOOOH, I love you!
The next reference Cole makes is when he says “I climb it and set the bar so high that you gotta get Obama to force the air force to find it.” In “Control,” Kendrick initiates the extended metaphor at the end of his verse with, “what is competition? Assistant Engineer: Raphael "Wreck-It-Raph" Lee. 550 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022-3211 Justin Thomas Kay for Doubleday & Cartwright
Choose your language below. This composition embodies portions of "Impeach the President," written by R. Hammond, published by Swing Beat Songs (BMI) Yeah nigga, Forest Hills Drive. I don't mind cause you don't matter Not talkin' bout the slums I'm talkin' 'bout that mind state that keep a black nigga dumb Keep a black nigga dyin' by a black nigga gun And keep on listening to the frontin' ass rap niggas son
(Marquis Jones) You changed your life, man, keep goin'. I'ma pay you, I'ma give you a percentage, but you shouldn't be able to tell me I can't use it. We gon' pay you. My nigga Julius Garcia, I already shouted you out but I shouted out your alias and I just put your whole government on record and this gon' live forever.
The important thing to understand about 2014 Forest Hills Drive is that it wasn't just "another rap album." Produced by J. Cole for Dreamvillain, Administered by Songs of Universal (BMI). And I'm sorry I had to come snatch the crown right quick. "Sister Sanctified" performed by Stanley Turrentine with Milt Jackson, used courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment and King Records Co. Ltd. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws. If you made it this far then I really fuck with you. KAROL G & Myke Towers - Caramelo - Remix Lyrics, William Black feat. I gotta do my thank you's man. That shit is a classic, my nigga. Everybody else asleep, y'all still ridin'.
If you made it this far then I really fuck with you.
Wayne. First and foremost my entire Dreamville team, thank you, man.
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