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J. Cole’s ‘Truly Yours 2′ Can Finally Be Yours Truly

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When J. Cole dropped “Cole Summer” on Monday (April 29), it was with a promise that there would be more to come. True to his word, he released his free EP, Truly Yours 2, on Tuesday (April 30). The new set also comes with a promise of more music on the way.

Cole warmed up fans for the coming of Truly Yours 2 by dropping “Cole Summer” a day in advance. The song is a personal look at his life as a rapper as he touches on his signing with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, his thrifty ways in a strip club, and his fears of failure.

With the song’s release, he offered another treat for Cole fans.

“F*** it. Truly Yours 2 tomorrow. You Deserve it.”

Less than 24 hours later, he hit Twitter to follow through on his promise.

The second in the Truly Yours series includes six new J. Cole songs with help from 2 Chainz and Young Jeezy. J. Cole handles production along with Canei Finch and Jake One.

The EP comes just weeks after Cole released the video for “Power Trip,” a single featuring Miguel from his forthcoming album Born Sinner.

After several delays, Born Sinner will be hitting stores on June 25th. Listen to the EP below.

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