J.Cole: Here Are The Grammy-nominated Rapper's Best Chartbusters

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J.Cole's album, 4 Your Eyez Only was nominated for the Best Rap Album at the Grammys. Read more to know about some of J.Cole's best rap singles till date.

Written By Sahil Mirani | Mumbai | Updated On:

J.Cole stepped into the music industry with Cole World: The Sideline Story, his debut album which stayed on the top position of the U.S. Billboard 200. Soon, Cole established himself as one of the most talented penners of this generation with some impactful lyrics and an extremely soothing flow. His 4 Your Eyez Only was nominated for the Best Rap Album at the Grammys. Read more about some of J.Cole's best rap singles till date. 

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J.Cole's top songs


This song is from the album KOD, which released in the year 2018. The song’s title stands for Kids on Drugs and it debuted at number 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and managed to maintain a spot on the list for 12 weeks. The song was streamed 4.2 million times, which broke Taylor Swift’s previously held record for Look What You Made Me Do

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Middle Child

The lyrics of this song can be termed as one of J.Cole’s most impactful writings and bagged the BET Hip Hop Award for Best Impact Track. The song was released in the year 2019 and the single managed to be on the Top 100 list for 27 weeks. The single was an addition in Cole’s MIDDLE CHILD album. The official music video of the song currently has more than 116 million Youtube views. 

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This song is from J.Cole’s fifth recorded album, which was released on April 20, 2018. During its early releasing stages, the song managed to grab a spot at the Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks. The official music video on Youtube currently has more than 70 million views and was nominated for the MTV Video Music Awards for Best Hip-Hop Video. 

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The London

This song is J.Cole’s collaborative effort with the famous American rappers Young Thug and Travis Scott. The song went viral as soon as it was released and Scott’s extremely catchy hook, "Meet me at The London/ If you find time we can run one/ Talk about some things we can undo/ You just send the pin, I could find you," was mumbled by a huge number of listeners. The song was trending on #36 at the Hot 100 list in the year 2016. 

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