J. Wood - MO Paper


"St. Louis" / Illside ( Southern Illinois ) based rap group Illafam or "Illafam618" presents a new promo video "Mo Paper" J. Wood hit the studio to remix J.Cole "No Role Modelz" from the "2014 Forest Hills Drive" Download/ Stream Diversity http://www.getrightmusic.com/mixtape/... Download their previous mixtape here. http://stlmixtapes.com/01skit1/ https://www.reverbnatiom.com/illafam618 Twitter https://twitter.com/jwoodpromo618 https://twitter.com/bigtus44 https://twitter.com/chicodaswift "Chico Da Swift" is an entertainer from the "St. Louis area". On this channel you will find local musical talent, local on goings from the area and finally "Dvd Updates". Most known for capturing the well known figh video 'Fight At Heartbreakers" as seen on "WorldStar Hip Hop" "Rest in Peace Uncle Phil" 2014 Forest Hills Drive received generally positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 67, which indicates "generally favorable reviews", based on 17 reviews. Erin Lowers of Exclaim! said, "J. Cole's determined to make music that matters to him. He shines without any features, standing strong in his delivery and carrying his story to the forefront of the 13-track project. While it may not be his Late Registration, he has definitely graduated into a class of his own." Andre Grant of HipHopDX stated, "There are many things that can be said about J. Cole's 2014 Forest Hills Drive. It is ambitious and hokey and simplistic. It tries its hand at twists and comes up short ("Wet Dreamz"), and it sticks to Cole's strategy instead of changing it drastically. It is less artistic than it means to be, but it is truer than anything he's ever made. Its narrative, the tropes, and the strategies are completely overcome by the album's terrifying integrity. It is immensely relatable because it is not afraid to be corny and cliché.] Craig Jenkins of Pitchfork Media said, "2014 Forest Hills Drive is a decent album selling itself as great. It wraps itself in the garments of a classic, but you can see that the tailoring is off." Kellan Miller of XXL stated, "Hip-hop fans can be some of the most difficult to satisfy, and while there is no atrocious songs on 2014 Forest Hills Drive, this album reinforces the faith that Cole is a superstar. With every quality drop from the self-proclaimed “God,” his ceiling will continue to grow and so will fan expectations. On the finale track, “Note To Self,” Cole gives a long-winded thank you session against the sound of merry horns: “Everything happened too perfectly and in line.” J. Cole is rightfully satisfied with the end product, as will the fans." David Jeffries of AllMusic said, "2014 Forest Hills Drive comes off as a great, experimental, and advancing mixtape, but it's insider to a fault, as slight as that fault might be." Mikael Wood of Los Angeles Times stated, "2014 Forest Hills Drive, his third major-label disc, is thick with the residue of these immersions. Even when he's drawing on his own experiences — the album's title refers to the address of his childhood home — he exercises an observational acuity that suggests how much noticing he's been doing lately." J. Wood - Mo Paper (J. Cole Remix)



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