J Cole ‘Applying Pressure’: Air time, how to live stream, plot, trailer and all about rapper’s documentary on album ‘The Off-Season’

The 36-year-old rapper had announced that he will be releasing his sixth album called ‘The Off-Season’ on May 14


                            J Cole ‘Applying Pressure’: Air time, how to live stream, plot, trailer and all about rapper’s documentary on album ‘The Off-Season’
J Cole is set to release his new documentary 'Applying Pressure' (Getty Images)

J Cole always makes his fans wait for a long time before dropping his full-length projects but when he does he makes sure he has a lot of content for his followers to make it up for the lost time. Now, in good news for his ardent fans, the multiple award-winning rapper has announced a new documentary called ‘Applying Pressure’ which will hit the Internet sooner than you think.

The 36-year-old rapper had recently announced that he will be releasing his sixth album called ‘The Off-Season’ on May 14 and if you as a fan are interested in going behind-the-scenes of the same, then the newly-announced documentary will do the job.  Cole’s new album is a follow-up to his 2018 project called ‘KOD’.
 
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Release date

J Cole’s brand new documentary ‘Applying Pressure’ will hit the Internet on May 9, 2021.

Plot

J Cole’s ‘Applying Pressure’ will take his fans behind the recording process of his upcoming album ‘The Off-Season’. The viewers will get to see the rapper hitting the studio. We can also expect Cole to share a few emotional and personal moments with his Dreamville Records members. The rapper has been teasing his new album for almost three years, hence the new documentary will surely keep the fans hooked.

 



 

 

Cast

The cast for ‘Applying Pressure’ has been kept under wraps. We will, of course, see the Grammy-winning rapper navigating his brand new project. MEAWW will keep you posted with the updates. 
 

J Cole 

Cole is considered one of the most influential rappers of his generation. With a grammy and a Billboard Music Award award to his name, he has cemented his position in hip hop since his debut in early 2007. Cole is known for his hit singles like ‘All I Want is You’, ‘The Middle Child’, ‘Work Out’, ‘Wet Dreamz’, ‘No Role Modelss’, and ‘Love Yourz’ among a few others.
 

J. Cole performs at halftime during the 68th NBA All-Star Game at Spectrum Center on February 17, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Getty Images)

Creators

J Cole’s new documentary has been helmed by Scott Lazer. There are no details on who has produced and executively produced the newly-announced project. MEAWW will keep you posted.


How to live stream

Fans will be able to enjoy ‘Applying Pressure’ on Cole’s official YouTube channel. The rapper has already set the documentary on the preview mode to create the hype. The documentary will be up on the video streaming platform at 1 pm ET. 

Recording artist J. Cole attends a 2017 Summer League game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Chicago Bulls at the Thomas & Mack Center on July 8, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dallas won 91-75.  (Getty Images)

Trailer

Taking to his official Instagram account, the renowned hip-hop artist shared a 26-second video where we could spot Cole spending a lot of time in his studio, We also saw a few shots of the rapper playing basketball and taking a flight in a private jet. Cole also narrates in the short video he shared where he says, “This is the moment that a lot of your favorite rappers hit a crossroad.”  He adds, “Are you OK with getting comfortable if you leave no stone unturned creatively? I thought a lot about that – ‘Nah, I’m not cool with that’.”  

Cole had also dropped a new song called ‘Interlude’ from his upcoming album recently. At the time of the single’s release, he told his fan army he had initially planned to share the whole album at the same time but “Sometimes you gotta say f**k it tho.”



 

 



 

 

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