Kodak Black says J. Cole is someone who gives him great advice

Kodak black is about receiving new information, and he has revealed that J. Cole is a person who gives him good advice when he needs it.

Talking to HipHopDX at the American Music Awards on Sunday (November 20), the Florida rapper reflected on the lyrics from the Dreamville MC’s 2019 hit “Middle Child,” revealing that he enjoys speaking with Cole because of his candor.

“J. Cole, I rock hard with him,” Kodak Black said. “He gives me good advice and he wants to see me win.” He went on to explain how Cole’s advice is different from others because of his delivery. “Some people will try to withhold information, he gives it to me raw and stuff.”

See Kodak’s interview with HipHopDX below:

More specifically, Kodak Black’s words were in response to J. Cole’s verse on “Middle Child,” where he expresses his thoughts on Yak needing “more guidance” while touching on his relationship with multi-generational hip-hop artists like JAY- Z and 21 Savage.

I’m dead in the middle of two generations/ I’m little brother and big brother at once/ Left the lab with young 21 Savage/ I’m going to meet Jigga for lunch/ Had a long talk with young n-gga Kodak/ Reminded me about young n-ggas from ‘Ville/ Straight out the projects, no fakin’, just honest/ I wish he had more guidance, for real“, Cole raps on the track.

The AMAs this year were seemingly overshadowed by several controversies, including the abrupt cancellation of the Chris Brown’s Michael Jackson Tribute days before the show was to begin.

While neither Breezy nor his fans understand why the awards show would cancel his performance, Kodak Black had similar questions why he didn’t bring home any hardwareespecially since the votes initially showed “Super Gremlin” in the lead by a wide margin.

Kodak Black Gifted Iced Out Dog tags that contain lawyer information when he is in trouble

In a Nov. 20 Instagram post, the Florida native opened up about her snub at the AMAs, citing how unlikely the loss was after leading for months. “My crap has been in the lead for 2 months all of a sudden they give my crap away TODAY! SMH I JUST KNEW I WON,” Kodak wrote on IG.

Meek Mill chimed in in the comments, writing, “It’s fully controlled.”

The trophy for favorite hip-hop song ended up going to Future for his Tems and Drake collab “Waiting for you.” IN a recent interviewthat I NEVER LIKED YOU the rapper revealed that he’s found it’s become much easier to create melodic tracks like his latest hit than it is to make rap-heavy records.

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