J.Cole Recruits Timbaland, DJ Dahi and More For ‘The Off-Season’
On Thursday, the eve of the release of his sixth studio album The Off-Season, J.Cole revealed the official tracklist and production credits of the forthcoming project. The project will once again have no features, and the credits are star-studded. Legendary producers like Timbaland, T-Minus, Jake One and DJ Dahi all earned placements on the project. Take a look at the full tracklist below.
Album at midnight. pic.twitter.com/UuYMrCT7Zp
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) May 13, 2021
While the producers of only a few specific tracks have been uncovered. Toronto producer Boi-1da, known for his work with Drake, Rihanna, and more, handles the albums intro and closing tracks, “95 South” and “Hunger on Hillside.”
Fellow Toronto native Maneesh also appears on the production credits. The producer got his start producing Drake’s 2015 Meek Mill diss record “Charged Up,” and subsequently appeared all over the production credits for Views.
Other lesser-known names include Sucuki, who previously co-produced Popcaan’s 2020 single “Suh Me Luv It” featuring Jada Kingdom. As of now, the exact placements of the bigger names like Timbaland have yet to be revealed. Fret not, however, as everything should become clear when the album drops at midnight.
Stay tuned for further updates on J.Cole and The Off-Season.