Music: Bas “Night Job” ft. J. Cole


The Dreamville crew know how to put in 40+ hours and then some. Two of the crew’s leading spitters come together for a new joint that gives fans an inside look at how the Ville handles the graveyard shift. DJs can download this now at 1200squad.com.

Music: Omen “Things Change” ft. J. Cole


The Dreamville crew continues to grow and today we get a new album from fellow dreamer Omen. From the new album, Elephant Eyes, we get a look at how things change. DJs can download this now 1200squad.com.

Video: J. Cole “Wet Dreamz”


J. Cole gives us his own version of Lady and The Tramp on his latest visuals from 2014’s top selling album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive. Luckily things get back to normal before we get in to some real hardcore National Geographic images. Download 2014 Forest Hills Drive on itunes now.

Audio: J. Cole On The Combat Jack Show


Get ready for Combat! Cole world makes his way to The Combat Jack Show to chop it up about the inspiration of his 2014 Forest Hills Drive, battling expectations, the reasoning behind his “Fire Squad” record, and more.

1200squad Greaest Flow On Earth: J.Cole “Fire Squad”

With the start of a new year we pick up featuring one of the hottest artist of 2014. Lightskin Jermaine surprised many when he announced his 2014 Forest Hills Drive album with little fan fare, and little radio push. What didn’t surprise anyone was the potent lyrics that Cole would bring to the table on his third studio album. The Carolina artist has always been able to display surperior talent on the mic and on “Fire Squad” this talent was on display. Earlier critics of the song were clear to point out the jabs at music’s biggest names including Iggy Azalea, Eminem, and Justin Timberlake, but fans of lyrics understand openly expressing yourself is a part of hip-hop, and no one is ever safe.

This week for ‘1200squad Greatest Flow On Earth” we take a look at verse 2 of the infamous Fire Squad single. Before everyone was able to not let go of the jabs at pop stars, J.Cole really got personal and foreshadowed what he really thinks about his peers in the game, and more importantly his place in it.

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