Good read: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/j-cole-is-the-most-divisive-rapper-in-the-world-which-side-are-you-on/2018/04/23/e7124622-4703-11e8-827e-190efaf1f1ee_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.bdafa581be55After his self-produced, guest-free 2014 album "Forest Hills Drive" moved a million units, Cole's most devout vassals blasted their rally cry across social media - "J. Cole went platinum with no features" - until it became scripture. Now the superfans' meme is the rapper's mantra, and on his new album's title track, "KOD," Cole is quick to remind us that other rappers "ain't worthy" of appearing next to him in song. Maybe that's just good, old-fashioned, reflexive braggadocio blab - but it's starting to feel a tiny bit sociopathic.
He’s extremely popular and is easily more divisive than Drake or Kendrick.A.E.M. said:Not to be cruel or anything, but J. Cole isn't interesting enough to be the most divisive rapper in the world.