Jermaine sits down with DJ Whoo Kid to talk about his album, record leaks, his early influences, stupid rappers, Drake's thoughts of him and more.
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The Whoo Kid interviews are funny as shit. When it keeps cutting out for different things during the interview you can't not laugh.
Whoo Kid interviews are hilarious.
another non-informative useless waste of time repetitive Q & A with the most over-rated rapper today. A. HOLE YOU WILL FAIL!
^Overrated really? J.Cole is more underrated then anything smh i can tell just from the comment your taste in music is WACK!
Shakemeister,wtf ya'll have the video on Autoplay?
Something is wrong with their servers. This video is a pain in the ass to watch.
What was the video at the beginning?
Lol, I'm curious to know who NYC/BROOKLYN's favorite rapper is.
Lol, I’m curious to know who NYC/BROOKLYN’s favorite rapper is.
JBoogie said this on October 25th, 2010 at 2:54 pm
Can ya'll get a version of this that doesn't autoplay?
J. Cole's new mixtape is dropping sometime in the next two weeks titled FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS; album coming out in February ... he told me himself at SUNY Delhi
Rakim is god no doubt. but i bet NYC/BROOKLYN listen to all 80s hip-hop.
and this nigga is always talkin bout his 40oz so yea NYC is stuck in the 80s.
nigga prob gotta jerhi curl and everything
Now Now children, J. Cole definition Fire!!!!!!
DJ Whoo Kid is hilarious! that joke about his kids and that clip of the asian guy haha!
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it wont show = ((
is there an alternative link???
It's nice to see that Cole is reppin' Kooley High
what the fuck is this shit?
I mean, I'm trying to turn up the volume to hear what they're saying then "WWWWWHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOO" and random gun shots at 10X the volume of the actual interview.
That shit is unwatchable.
Told me the same exact shit last night, dudes the fucking man I don't understand how y'all faggots hate so hard on someones success.
RocNation is doing the same thing to J. Cole as Def Jam is doing to Nas.