How rich is J Cole?


J Cole Net Worth $2.5 Million

Cole first received acknowledgement in 2007, after the launch of his debut mixtape “The Come Up”. Soon following the release of”The Come Up”, Cole was contacted by American rapper Jay-Z and later signed to his record label Roc State, in 2009. His debut record, “Cole World: The Sideline Story”, premiered on September 27, 2011. Cole’s most recent attempt, “Born Sinner”, premiered on June 18, 2013. The record debuted at number two on the “Billboard” 200, yet, “Born Sinner” afterwards climbed to number one, giving Cole his second number one about the graph.

On November 5, Cole revealed the name of his second record, Born Sinner, in addition to a scheduled release date of January 28, 2013, via UStream. Cole said he expected “Miss America” would transfer music in another way, including that he understood it wouldn’t be a major radio hit. He elaborated further, saying, “To me, ‘Miss America’ shifts matters a bit, it alters the dialogue it takes it in a more competitive way, more raw, more social commentary… Almost any comment is great compared to exactly what a standard single is these days. That is my purpose, would be to shift culture somewhat, alter the dialogue. Nobody anticipates that for your first single.” The tune wouldn’t go on to make the cut for the regular version of Born Sinner. Nevertheless, it will be featured on the deluxe version of the record, alongside five other tracks which together created Truly Yours 3, the next member of the Truly Yours trilogy. On December 31, 2012, Cole disclosed that Born Sinner wouldn’t be released on January 28, 2013, as previously anticipated. Cole stated that he, “wanted a bit more time than that to get things done.” On February 14, 2013, he released the art for the first single via Instagram. “Power Trip” premiered on February 14, 2013, indicating Cole’s second cooperation with R&B recording artist, Miguel. But when it had been declared that Kanye West’s Yeezus would be published just one week before on June 18, Cole moved the release date of Born Sinner up a week so that you can compete with West, after remarking, “This is artwork, and that I can not compete against the Kanye West star and the standing that he is earned only from being a legend,” Cole added. “But I will place my name in the hat and let you know that I believe my record is very good and you be the judge and also you determine”.