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J. Cole: Road to the Homecoming – F**k Money, Spread Love (Episode 1) from HBO on Vimeo.

J. Cole’s Forest Hills Drive opens up with the artist singing one question: Do you wanna, do you wanna be happy? And thanks to Cole, there are millions of fans getting that very emotion fulfilled.

What else is making fans happy? Getting a glimpse inside the rapper’s life, career and album rollout process with his new HBO documentary, J. Cole Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming. 

The first episode, titled F*ck Money, Spread Love, recently dropped and we got a chance to see the 30-year-old return home to Fayetteville, NC and hit up New York and London to promote his album, FHD. But aside from the standard promotional tour, Cole also stopped by a fan’s home for an exclusive listen of the LP.

“With the album, I looked at it like a story, almost like Lion King,” he says in the 33-minute clip. “I made the album like I was writing the soundtrack to a movie that only really existed in my mind.”

The first episode is one of a five-part mini-series leading up to Cole’s Homecoming concert on January 9 on HBO.

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Who’s Really Delusional? Charlamagne Can’t Quite Comprehend Amara La Negra’s Colorism Issues



This is uncomfortable to watch.

Love & Hip Hop Miami star Amara La Negra stopped by The Breakfast Club for a chat about her life, career and experience with colorism. Unfortunately, the interview started of awkwardly when Charlamagne’s first questions was, “What are you?” You see, for whatever reason, the radio host was confused about La Negra’s Afro-Latina heritage. And while there’s nothing wrong with an honesty inquiry, it was the way he asked the question that was off-putting. But, it didn’t stop there.

Charlamange, along to co-host, DJ Envy, repeatedly asked the reality star what was her “struggle”, ignorantly assuming that colorism isn’t a thing anymore because of all the advancements in the entertainment industry that have occurred. Yet, and still, you don’t see artist of Amara’s hue celebrated on any Latina platform such as Univision or Telemundo. The host, with the exception of Angela Yee, then proceeded to deduce Amara’s issue to being a problem that’s “all in (her) head”, even referencing the success of Cardi B. as evidence of La Negra’s delusion. You have to watch this to believe it…

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