J. Cole Delivers “Might Delete Later, Vol. 2” Video Featuring Unreleased Music

J. Cole continues to tease a litany of new material, including his fledging video series. On Monday (March 18), Cole released Might Delete Later, Vol 2. chock full of unreleased snippets of new music and behind-the-scenes footage of the “Middle Child” MC producing and recording in the studio. Along with clips from Drake’s It’s All a Blur Tour, the 11-minute visual also showcased an exclusive look at the prototype of J. Cole’s new sneaker, the Indie 5000.

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Additional appearances include cameos from Drake, Central Cee and Benny The Butcher, among others. It also appears J. Cole and Sexyy Red’s first-ever introduction was caught on camera during the video, along with an interaction with Lil Yachty, suggesting a follow-up to their collaborative record “The Secret Recipe.”

Yet another notable moment from the video captures J. Cole remarking on his process crafting notable hits such as “Work Out” during a “trial and error” time period he underwent after signing his deal with JAY-Z.

“It wasn’t until I signed to Jay and this n###a was like, ‘Nah, you ain’t putting a f###ing album out until you got some f###ing hits’ and I was like ‘Ohhh s###t,” he said. “I had to trial and error for like a year, two and a half years. ‘Workout,’ I squeezed that s###t out at the the last minute, but even that was an unnatural space for me.”

Check out the full cut above.