Fox News anchor Sean Hannity had a very Fox News moment recently, criticizing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for associating with Jay Z. It wasn’t just that Cuomo was agreeing with Jay Z’s in calling out the Staten Island grand jury that didn’t indict an NYPD officer for the chokehold death of Eric Garner, but that the governor was fraternizing with “a guy that admits he sold crack.”
J. Cole's third album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, easily debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, marking the rapper's third consecutive chart-topper. He previously led the list with his debut effort, 2011's Cole World: The Sideline Story, and its follow-up, 2013's Born Sinner.
All it took was an electric guitar riff shambling into place a few seconds into the track to make me feel like a 14-year respite between albums was not that large of a gap — or, at least, that the wait was worth it.