J. Cole – 1985
American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and record executive, Jermaine Lamarr Cole, known professionally as J. Cole revel the intro to is cominng album “The Fall Off“. J. Cole was born. When combined with 2014 Forest Hills Drive’s “January 28th,” Cole’s entire birthday is in his discography.
The song is a message to up-and-coming rappers, warning them about the realities of the rap game and advising them on how to maintain success. Cole adopts the tone of an older, more experienced mentor. The song is interpreted as targeting a multitude of new rappers, including Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, and 6ix9ine, among others. He compares his experiences to theirs, responding to their sometimes senseless actions with the wish that they learn from their recklessness, just as he did when he was their age.
1985, I arrived
33 years, damn, I’m grateful I survived
We wasn’t s’posed to get past 25
Joke’s on you motherfucker, we alive
All these niggas popping now is young
Everybody say the music that they make is dumb
I remember I was 18
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