Singer J.Cole Set To Drop New Album KOD

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Prior to making the announcement, Cole hosted an impromptu free pop-up event at Gramercy Theatre in NY last night (April 16). J. Cole announced a free show last night in NY where he then ended up announcing a surprise album, K.O.D. "First come first serve", also stating "No phones, no cameras, no bags, no press list not guest list".

Following the announcement, he changed his profile pic, background and Instagram avatar leading fans to suspect that he was about to drop a new project.

J. Cole tweeted "it's time" moments ago but deleted it literally seconds later.

The Fayetteville rapper revealed that his fifth full-length studio album - and follow-up to 2016's 4 Your Eyez Only - was just days away.

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On top of that, MissInfo reports that the album has three different subtitles and suggests that there are 12 songs on it.

Another artist who announced the released date for his new album is God's plan rapper, Drake.

According to Brian "B.Dot" Miller of Rap Radar, the album's acronym means "Kidz On Drugz", "King Overdose," and "Kill Our Demonz".