VIA: HotHipHopDetroit.com

Roc Nation Recording artist, J. Cole sat down with Frequency TV to speak about his latest single “Work Out” off of his debut album “Cole World: The Sideline Story,” which will be in stores September 27.

J. Cole also spoke about the music industry at large:

“People are hurting in the world and we still rapping about super flashy things, which I am not knocking because I am not innocent in it at all… It’s about balance; I don’t think hip-hop for a while has been balanced. I don’t want to be the voice of the generation at all, but I definitely want to spark some type of change.”

Watch the video below to hear what else J. Cole had to say.

Frequency TV features behind the scenes, up close and personal interviews with some of your favorite artists. Check out HotHipHopDetroit.com for the next installment of Frequency TV.

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