J. Cole is fueling hypothesis of a brand new music launch along with his Instagram exercise. The Dreamville Records founder hinted a possible battle report, sharing 4 new messages on the social media platform earlier than deleting all of his posts on Monday (January 21).

“I’m making an inventory,” he wrote. “I’m writing down names. I’m loading my clips. I’m counting my bullets.”

Cole’s teaser comes on the heels of his Revenge Of The Dreamers III recording periods, which wrapped up final week in Atlanta. Over the course of 10 days, RealStreetRadio’s 2018 Rapper Of The Year and his Dreamville workforce labored on the compilation with a bevy of Hip Hop stars and acclaimed producers.

T.I., Rick Ross, Big Okay.R.I.T., Ski Mask The Slump God and Westside Gunn had been only a few of the notable rappers to take part within the periods. Tay Keith, S1, Kenny Beats and Childish Major had been among the many producers introduced in to contribute.

It’s unclear if Cole’s Instagram exercise is referencing Dreamville’s upcoming Revenge Of The Dreamers III compilation or if it’s a clue about his solo work.

Last 12 months, the platinum-selling artist closed out his KOD album with “1985,” a music that explicitly referred to a brand new mission titled The Fall Off. He later revealed his beforehand launched singles “Everybody Dies” and “False Prophets” had been initially recorded for The Fall Off.

Check out Cole’s since-deleted posts under.

J. Cole’s Deleted Instagram Posts Allude To Battle Record

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