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Migos, J. Cole, and the Plight of Old-Millennial Rappers

Justin Charity and Micah Peters discuss Migos’s latest album, Culture III. They break down their sound, how they’ve evolved over the years, and weigh in on mixtapes vs. albums (9:02). Then, they switch gears and review J. Cole’s album The Off-Season. They touch on Cole’s fan base, the confidence behind his recent album, and discuss where he stands as a rapper in this generation (24:40).
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J. Cole Shares The Dates For The Off-Season Tour

J. Cole has announced that he will embark on The Off-Season Tour this fall. The North Carolina native will make stops in Washington, Atlanta, Miami, Los Angeles, Oakland, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas and several other cities. Joining him on tour, Morray and 21 Savage will also perform throughout The Off-Season Tour.
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J. Cole to headline Orlando in September as part of 'The Off Season' tour

Grammy-winning rapper and singer J. Cole this week announced his upcoming "The Off Season Tour" set to traverse North America starting in September. And the tour includes an Orlando stop very early in the game. Named after Cole's newest, Billboard chart-topping album The Off Season, the 17-date tour will kick...
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J. Cole Announces Headlining Tour With 21 Savage, Morray

J. Cole is hitting the road on a massive tour with 21 Savage and Morray. This morning (June 22), the Dreamville Records leader announced dates for his Off-Season Tour. The trek kicks off Fri., Sept. 24 in Cole's home state of North Carolina and wraps up on Thurs., Oct. 21 in Los Angeles. Tickets will go on sale beginning this Friday (June 25) at 10 a.m. local time on Dreamville's website.
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J. Cole to entertain at Orlando’s Amway Center on “The Off-Season” Tour

Rapper, singer, songwriter and producer J. Cole is going on a 17-city trek on “The Off-Season” Tour to promote his latest release of the same name. 21 Savage will join Cole on the trek along with special guest Morray. The Grammy Award-winning artist will stop at Orlando’s Amway Center on Sept. 25 after kicking off his tour in Miami. Fans can hear Cole perform tracks from “The Off-Season,” the ...
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J. Cole Announces Tour With 21 Savage and Morray

J. Cole has announced a U.S. tour in support of The Off-Season. He’ll play most of the fall shows with his “My Life” collaborators 21 Savage and Morray. Cole is also set to play Rolling Loud in California and New York. Find J. Cole’s schedule in the poster below. The...
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J. Cole Announces "The Off-Season" Tour With 21 Savage & Morray

After initially teasing the possibility of taking The Off-Season on the road, J. Cole has come through to officially confirm his next tour. The Off-Season Tour is set to begin in late September with a concert at FTX Arena in Miami, kicking off a string of seventeen dates across several major North American cities before coming to a close in Los Angeles.
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J. Cole announces North American tour with 21 Savage and Morray

This fall, J. Cole will tour the United States behind his new album The Off-Season, and he's bringing along 21 Savage and Morray for most of the shows. The 17-city tour begins in Miami on September 24 and ends on October 21 in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 25 10 AM local time over at Dreamville.com.

J. Cole Plots 2021 Tour In Support of 'The Off-Season'

J. Cole has announced a U.S. tour in support of his new album, The Off-Season. The 17-date trek will launch September 24th at the FTX Arena in Miami and wrap October 21st at the Forum in Los Angeles. 21 Savage will provide support throughout the tour (save a September 27th gig in Atlanta), as will Morray.

J. Cole and 21 Savage Set 2021 Tour Dates: Ticket Presale Code & On-Sale Info

Hip hop stars J. Cole and 21 Savage have announced joint 2021 tour dates. Named for J. Cole's new album, The Off-Season, the newly scheduled events are planned from September into October at major arenas across America. Joining the 36-year-old hip hop mogul as the opening acts will be Savage (who needs no introduction at this point) and Morray (who became popular from his 2020 hit "Quicksand" which appears on his debut album released this year).

J. Cole Announces 2021 'Off-Season Tour' With 21 Savage

J. Cole announced the dates for his 17-city The Off-Season Tour on Tuesday (June 22), which will feature 21 Savage and special guest Morray on select dates. The Live Nation-produced outing is slated to kick off on Sept. 24 in Miami at FTX Arena, and will criss-cross the country, with dates in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Denver, Las Vegas and Phoenix before winding down with an Oct. 21 show at The Forum in Los Angeles.