Joyner Lucas ft J Cole ‘Your Heart’ Fan Review: 'No drug talk, no gun play' in single

The ‘I’m Not Racist’ hitmaker’s latest track is a follow-up to his single called ‘Dreams Unfold’ that featured Lil Tjay on the guest vocals


                            Joyner Lucas ft J Cole ‘Your Heart’ Fan Review: 'No drug talk, no gun play' in single
Joyner Lucas and J Cole have collaborated for 'Your Heart' ([email protected])

Joyner Lucas, who was recently in news for accusing Karen Civil of stealing $60K from him, dropped his brand new single ‘Your Heart’ on Friday, September 24. The Massachusetts native recruited hip-hop heavyweight J Cole on the guest vocals. Lucas had first announced the track on September 23 on his Instagram account sending hip-hop fans into a tizzy after they saw the surprise collaboration with Cole.

The ‘I’m Not Racist’ hitmaker’s latest track is a follow-up to his single called ‘Dreams Unfold’ that featured Lil Tjay on the guest vocals. The single was released in August. On the other hand, J Cole’s fans got blessed with a second track within a week as the rap icon had most recently surprised his fans with a single called ‘Heaven’s EP’ — a freestyle on Drake’s Certified Lover Boy’ banger ‘Pipe Down’. Cole had dropped his latest album ‘The Off-Season’ in May 2020. 

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Rapper Joyner Lucas attends day 1 of REVOLT Summit x AT&T Summit on September 12, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Revolt)

Joyner Lucas taps J Cole for new single ‘Your Heart’

The brand new single from Lucas and Cole focuses on heartbreaks and how they overcame them. On the chorus, the 33-year-old hip-hop artist raps, “I broke your heart, huh? (Yeah)/ You knew I was a f**k (N-word) from the start, huh? (Uh)/You should've listened when they said I was a dawg, huh? (Joyner)”. He then slips into the first verse spitting, “You say you hate me but I know that this your song, yeah (Song)/ Angry texts, we don't ever get along, yeah (Oh)/ We been rockin' with each other for so long, yeah (Yeah)/ Maybe that's why it's been harder to move on, yeah (Yeah).”

Cole, the lyrical genius, like always, go supersonic with his bars. In the second verse, he raps, “You run your bi**h through the mud, you deserve that/ So you can feel it for yourself where it hurt at/ What goes around comes around, I know you heard that/ While you was creepin', tell me, did it not occur that.” Joyner Lucas, who was briefly signed to Atlantic Records, had dropped his debut album ‘ADHD’ in March 2020. The album boasted features from artistes like Fabolous, Young Thug, Chris Brown, Logic, and Timbaland.

J Cole performs onstage during the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival on September 17, 2021 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)


 

‘No drug talk, no gun play just honest and relatable prose’

Hip-hop fans took to Twitter to share their excitement on Lucas’ new banger. One user posted, “Damn, I'm so happy to see these two great acts on a song, I truly admire Joyner's hard work, you are just an inspiration to most of us.” Another tweeted, “Joyner Lucas and J Cole the combo I never knew I needed.” The next individual added, “@JoynerLucas you & @JColeNCdid your damnn thaangg on "Your Heart"".

Meanwhile, another user asserted, “I don’t what we did to deserve these songs from Cole but I’m loving it.” And, one person claimed, “Honestly people like to hate on Joyner Lucas a lot but this track with J Cole is pretty good tbh. Added it to my late night drives playlist.” Another said, “Joyner Lucas and J.Cole show you how to create a relatable character narrative on the track your heart . No drug talk , no gun play just honest and relatable prose .” While, one chimed in and concluded, “These two men mean business.”

Joyner Lucas attends the premiere of Warner Bros "Space Jam: A New Legacy" at Regal LA Live on July 12, 2021 in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)


 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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