To celebrate his 2014 Forest Hill Drive album's sixth anniversary, J. Cole has released a video for "Firing Squad."
In it, the rapper showcases car races, soccer games, and everyday life in Jamaica. Surrounded by black faces, he celebrates the country’s culture and its people’s ability to find joy in simplicity.
The video arrived on the same day that fans incorrectly guessed that J. Cole would be putting out his long-awaited album, The Fall Off. In the past, J. Cole has released 2014 Forest Hill Drive and 4 Your Eyez Only on Dec. 9 so many thought he would continue the trend.
Instead, fans were treated to the video, which according to a tweet from the official Dreamville Records Twitter account, is just one of many to come.
“A bunch of [J. Cole]’s videos got deleted way back and today we’re getting them all back up,” it wrote. And because it’s the anniversary of #FHD, here’s the world premiere of the never before released video for ‘Fire Squad.’ Happy Holidays!”
Check out J. Cole’s “Firing Squad” video up above.
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