Talented performer and musician J.Cole released two new songs titled "The Climb Back" and "Lion King on Ice." These two singles are the first to be released from his upcoming album The Fall Off.

"The Climb Back"

In classic J.Cole style, both songs give off important messages through the lyrics. "The Climb Back" emphasizes the need that so many rappers feel of always staying ahead of the game. The song starts off with a voice asking a very crucial question that many stars have to come to terms with. Viewers can hear:

"Are you doin' this work to facilitate growth or to become famous? Which is more important? Getting or letting go?"

"Lion King on Ice"

In "Lion King on Ice" J.Cole addresses the many struggles he overcame to get to where he is today. He reflects on how far he has come, as well as how much further he intends on going. In the lyrics fans can hear J. Cole say:

"I'm stronger than ever before, just like I planned to be
They wanna see me fold, it ain't no thang to me
Thoughts when I was broke, "If only I could be "Pockets holdin' hope, it ain't no thang to me
At night, I hit my knees, I pray for better days
Then found the better me, I got my head on straight

J. Cole's Instagram Post

In an Instagram post promoting the two new songs, J.Cole also addressed the many questions fans have about the release date for the album. He wrote:

"No date for the album yet, taking my time, still finishing."

Be sure to stream the songs now and keep an eye out for an update about The Fall Off.

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