Feed Me Beats: J. Cole Jumps on Twitter Hinting at Dropping New Bars Roman White August 6, 2018 Hip Hop News | Trending Hip Hop Stories It looks like J. Cole is ready to get back in his bag with an early morning tweet on Monday. Following the success of his fifth studio album, KOD, the Fayetteville lyricist got on social media to reach out to producers. “Feed me beats. Everything getting murdered,” Cole tweeted to his 11 million followers on Twitter. Feed me beats. Everything gettin murdered. — J. Cole (@JColeNC) August 6, 2018 J.I.D. responded on Twitter offering cash for a feature and beats for the MC to kill. “I got money for a feature and I got beats, sign me to dreamville man, I f— with y’all,” J.I.D. wrote on Twitter. Cole accepted the offer for a feature but turned down the cash because J.I.D. is “nice.” Send the track. Fee is waived cuz you nice — J. Cole (@JColeNC) August 6, 2018 Fans of J. Cole are well aware that the Dreamville/Roc Nation artist finds it hard to stay away from dropping verses and freestyles in between albums. Prior to the release of his fourth album For Your Eyes Only Cole dropped two freestyles “False Prophets” and “Everybody Dies” the former of which was targeted in part at Kanye West. J. Cole dropped his drug epidemic inspired album on April 20 and has been enjoying the fruits of his labor ever since. In May, KOD was certified Gold by the RIAA and broke streaming records on both Spotify and Apple Music. Cole’s KOD tour kicks off this Thursday at American Airlines Arena in Miami. Cole revealed that he was adding Jaden Smith to his tour along with Young Thug who Cole had previously announced would be hitting the road with him. In an interview with Angie Martinez, Cole revealed that he is already working on the next album, but with the North Carolina rapper currently touring and having released his album so recently, fans will likely have a while before the next full release. Keep an eye out for some new bars from Cole as it is likely producers are blowing up his phone for him to spit on their tracks.