Perhaps the new, most-anticipated track off Born Sinner, here is a HQ recording of "Forbidden Fruit" featuring Kendrick Lamar from J. Cole's Born Sinner listening session that was streamed worldwide in major cities tonight.
Two main things you'll notice right away:
1. A dope sample of ATCQ's classic "Electric Relaxation"
2. Kendrick only sings the hook and doesn't have a verse. I guess Cole wasn't joking when he said he's the only one rapping on the album. (Scottie Pimpen just commented here at the office: "Kendrick should have threw a verse on there. This is a duo track!" Couldn't agree more. Try not to let that disappoint you and take away from the track.)
But hey, that's all fine by me. J. Cole held it down with my highlight coming in the first half of the first verse with all the clever religious allusions. "Cole is the king most definite, my little black book thicker than the Old Testament" took me a second, then the light bulb went off. This one's definitely a groove throughout.
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