Top 10 J. Cole Quotes From New Album KOD

J. Cole’s best quotes from his new album, KOD are included in this post.  The album features 12 tracks and it’s his first project since his 2016 album 4 Your Eyez OnlyJ. Cole revealed the meaning of KOD on Twitter: Kill Our DemonsKids On Drugs and King Overdosed.

J. Cole Quotes New Album KOD
J. Cole Quotes New Album KOD

From “KOD”:

Haven't you heard? I'm as cold as the tip Tip of the iceberg that tipped the Titanic No tip-toein' around it, my shit is gigantic As big as the fuckin' Atlantic, I'm lit, bitchClick To Tweet

From “Photograph”:

All of a sudden, you pop on my line You could make time, stop on a dime I think you mastered the art of sublime Your type is harder to find You could turn water to wine, yeah You could turn water to wine, yeahClick To Tweet

From “The Cut Off”:

I know the punishment for you is that you not with me You place your value on the bitches that you got with me And now the bitches ask you daily why you not with me?Click To Tweet

From “ATM”:

Thankin God like it's biblical I know it's gon solve every problem I have I balled on the principal Remember the teachers was all on my ass Now look all of them pitiful And all of a sudden I'm so good at mathClick To Tweet

From “Motiv8”:

Fly to D.R. on a weekday eatin ceviche With like half of a milli inside of my briefcase A couple of freaks play And they don't speak ingles But the money is somethin that they could comprende And I got bread like I'm Green DayClick To Tweet

From “Kevin’s Heart”:

Run from the pain sip lean smoke tree up When I'm in your town press pound hit me up When I'm in your town press pound hit me up Only if you down and you slurp good D up If the work good I'll be back for the re-upClick To Tweet

From “BRACKETS”:

I guess they say my dollars supposed to build roads and schools But my niggas barely graduate, they ain't got the tools Maybe cause the tax dollars that I make sure I send Get spent hirin some teachers that don't look like themClick To Tweet

From “FRIENDS”:

Blame it on the strain that you feel when daddy missing Blame it on Trump shit, blame it on Clinton Blame it on trap music and the politicians Or the fact that every black boy wanna be Pippen But they only got 12 slots on the PistonsClick To Tweet

From “Window Pain (Outro)”:

How you claim blood or cuz when that was just a LA thing? I don't mean no disrespect towards your set, no, I'm just sayin That it seem like for acceptance niggas will do anythingClick To Tweet

From “1985 (Intro to “The Fall Off”)”:

Just remember what I told you when your shit flop In five years you gon' be on Love & Hip-Hop, niggaClick To Tweet

Smokepurpp Says Lil Pump Is A Better Rapper Than J. Cole

I’m glad J. Cole included “1985 (Intro To “The Fall Off”)” on KOD.  Even if the track wasn’t aimed at Lil Pump and Smokepurpp it was definitely a clear warning shot.

It looks like Smokepurpp needs more than a warning shot to stop trolling J. Cole.  In the following video, Smokepurpp claims that Lil Pump is a better rapper than J. Cole:

Nas Shows J. Cole Some Love

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J. Cole’s new album has officially been approved by Nas.  The Queensbridge rapper reposted a pic of Cole’s KOD album art and included a fist in the caption.  Nas is one of the best lyricists of all-time so Cole should be flattered.

J. Cole’s second studio album, Born Sinner, included a dedication to Nas titled “Let Nas Down.” Cole has been compared to Nas and KOD reminds the world that he’s worthy.

Which quote from KOD is your favorite? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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