The live stream is going on right now. At posting time, J. Cole is sitting down with Sway to talk about lyrics and stories behind Born Sinner, in stores now. Keep it tuned in for Chance.
UPDATE (3:48 CT): Waka Flocka joins the couch now, with Chance just ahead. Welcome to all of Chance's fans who flocked over here from Twitter. #Shoutout to the hometown homie. INCYMI though, hit the links below for the latest Chance videos and features.
UPDATE 2 (4:00 CT): Chance accidentally and hilariously kicked off the freestyle with a curse, which doesn't fly on MTV Jams. Watch now to catch the freestyle, only online embedded above!
UPDATE 3 (4:19 CT): Here's the final update. The live stream is now over. But you can rewatch the entire one hour episode above. J. Cole's genuine co-sign for Chance starts at the 52 minute mark. Chance talks briefly and then freestyles around the 59 minute mark. You can easily jump to those moments above!
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“I was telling people, this album has so many moments that connected that let me know I was doing the right thing, and that was one of them. I give him my headphones, Im trying to hear what part of the song he’s on, cause he’s behind me. About a minute in to the song, he’s just like “whooo!” beating my chair, just bangin my chair. Overall he was wild, the look on his face was like, honored, honored that I would make that, and also highly impressed. So that was a huge moment for me.”
- J. Cole
One of the most talked about tracks off Born Sinner is J. Cole's revealing "Let Nas Down". And naturally, many people wanted to know what Nas thought of the record. J. Cole recalls meeting Nas a couple days after the track was recorded in the early morning at a Houston airport. Cole's story above is something you can't help but feel great for him, am I right? Born Sinner also in stores and available today!
The Jhene Aiko collab from the upcoming deluxe version of Born Sinner.
An automatic must-have in your relationship playlist. Jhene sets the tone with some sultry vocals. The guitar chords are especially complimentary as well when J. Cole rhymes with a very solid set of verses. For anyone looking to rise above the lows of a relationship with your loved one, I think you'll relate to these perspectives.