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Born Sinner

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Villuminati
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Kerney Sermon (Skit)
0:46
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Land of the Snakes
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Power Trip
Artist: J. Cole feat. Miguel
4:01
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Mo Money (Interlude)
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Trouble
4:18
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Runaway
5:15
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She Knows
Artist: J. Cole feat. Amber Coffman & Cults
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Rich Niggaz
4:36
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Where's Jermaine? (Skit)
0:37
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Forbidden Fruit
Artist: J. Cole feat. Kendrick Lamar
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Chaining Day
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Ain't That Some Shit (Interlude)
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Crooked Smile
Artist: J. Cole feat. TLC
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Let Nas Down
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Born Sinner
Artist: J. Cole feat. @Fauntleroy
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 59:37

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Christina Lee is a freelance writer based in Atlanta, where she's still trying to find a venue she likes more than D.C.'s 9:30 Club. She once drank Ted Leo's be...more »

06.18.13
Wrestling openly, and touchingly, with his identity and place
2013 | Label: Roc Nation/Columbia

Is J. Cole a disappointment? That question hangs over the rapper’s somber sophomore LP Born Sinner like a storm cloud. As he did on his breakthrough major-label debut The Sideline Story, Cole wrestles openly, and touchingly, with his identity and place — at one point, he confesses that Nas hated his biggest hit, “Work Out.” The Cole of Born Sinner shows none of the optimism of his “Dollar & A Dream” songs: On “Trouble,”… read more »

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