J. Cole shares his hopes to release his mixtapes The Warm Up and Friday Night Lights on streaming platforms.
Celebrating the 10-year-anniversary of The Warm Up J. Cole and fans reflect on the mixtape that essentially put J. Cole on the mainstream map. Sharing his gratitude for fans who listened to the project, the Dreamville ringleader added his catalog looks wrong on streaming services without the mixtape as well as Friday Night Lights.
10 years ago The Warm Up dropped. Thanks 2 all that have listened 2 the foundation of my whole journey.
My catalogue on streaming services don’t even look right until this & FNL are up. workin on it.
Decade later and I’m still dreamin and tryna get better. God Bless
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) June 15, 2019
J Cole’s manager Ibrahim Hamad shared the original photos standing as the cover of the iconic mixtape in recognition of the 10-year anniversary. The Warm Up debuted June 15, 2009. Friday Night Lights followed November 12, 2010.