J. Cole‘s debut album Cole World: A Sideline Story seems to have disappeared from all streaming networks. The revelation was made social media, inflicting confusion from followers accustomed to perusing his catalog freely.

Dreamville President Ibrahim Hamad responded to the numerous tweets floated his manner noting, “I’m conscious of what occurred and we’ll get it again up quickly … You can cease tweeting me now.”

It’s unclear precisely why the album was taken down and when it is going to return. Dreamville is clearly conscious of the state of affairs, however it’s additionally lacking from the label’s official web site. The bulk of his discography — together with his extremely acclaimed pre-Cole World mixtapes The Warm Up and Friday Night Lights — stay although.

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