The video features cameos from comedians Mark Phillips and Leland.
The tour kicks off September 24 in Miami.
Other artists playing the festival include Travis Scott, Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, and more.
This is the third video Cole has released in support of ‘The Off-Season.’
Throughout 'The Off-Season,' J. Cole references peers and legends, famous bars, and mythic stories. Here are just a few.
All passes from the canceled 2020 event will be honored in July, with refunds available to ticketholders who can’t make the new dates.
All songs from the album entered in the Top 40 of the Hot 100.
The video, directed by Mez for Heirs, finds Cole rocking a number of styles and braving the elements as a helicopter trails him.
The album features a bevy of top-tier producers, including Timbaland, Boi-1da, DJ Dahi, and more.
J. Cole’s forthcoming album ‘The Off-Season’ is out May 14.
The visual offers a unique insight into the reclusive artist, featuring other MCs like 21 Savage.
With a light swing, the track has an unimpeachable groove that Cole floats over.
The project is set to arrive May 14.
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The two singles will appear on his forthcoming album, ‘The Fall Off.’