J. Cole‘s brilliant set ‘KOD‘ has crushed Taylor Swift‘s Spotify record by way of streams it earned on the thriving platform.
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J cole is not on the cover of his album.. that is Edward, the demon that Cole is trying to "kill", and whom is featured on the album. Edward is the “King of Drugs” (hint the album naans KOD), and he gets kids to take drugs and eventually Edward will control and take their life. pic.twitter.com/a7eYmHL3cp
— FRESHPRINCEOFBRIER (@Cody_Mac1) April 19, 2018
The album’s themes mine their way through Cole’s thoughts on love, addiction, monogamy and the rise of opioid-jingle making Hip-Hop stars.
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The general public who streamed the album’s title track 4.2 million times in less than 24 hours pulling the rug from beneath Taylor Swift‘s ‘Look What You Made Me Do‘ which picked up Spotify’s opening-day record after nabbing 3.8 million streams.
J. Cole just addressed mental health within the black community, trashed rappers who do nothing for the culture but tarnish its name, the glorification of drug addiction, AND threw shade at the United States government in one album 🙌🏼 #KOD
— hiba (@iatemuggles) April 20, 2018
‘KOD’ is expected to top the Billboard 200 this week.