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J. Cole is one of the most popular hip hop recording artists and record producers of today’s NBA players.
Jermaine Lamarr Cole, who gained initial recognition as a rapper in 2007 following the release of his debut mixtape, “The Come Up,” turned 33 years old Sunday.
The occasion was noted by none other than Cleveland Cavaliers great LeBron James.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) January 28, 2018
Cole’s knowledge and perspective on the league and its history is part of the reason his popularity is so high among the players of today.
"20 years, wonder who they gon' say was more important. Both changed the game, came through & made a lane. Who's to say who's greater, all we know they ain't the same." – J. Cole on LeBron v. Jordan.
Happy birthday J. Cole! ? pic.twitter.com/ZNDIPJ2PhU
— Timeless Sports (@timelesssports_) January 28, 2018