J. Cole Celebrates His Victories in 'Middle Child' Video: Watch

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J. Cole, "Middle Child"

On the heels of appearing on Offset's solo debut, J. Cole returns with the visual to his latest hit single "Middle Child" (Feb. 25) to help bypass those Monday blues.

The Mez-directed clip kicks off with Cole rhyming atop the raised runway platform, a group of people at his back singing his praises. The scene pivots to a morgue, where all of the bodies are covered, though their auburn dirt-covered shoes are showcased. The Dreamville CEO then drives a Bentley truck through the mud to get to his wood cabin in the suburbs.

The 34-year-old later takes a seat by the fireplace as the camera pans to the rappers he's taken down over the years, with each stuffed on a mantel above the fire. Each of their trophies bear engravings like "Your Favorite Rapper," "This Could Be You," or "Ask For a Feature." 

Before the "Middle Child" visual comes to a close, Jermaine raps in the grocery store and even hits victory lane to celebrate his win with the team in a scene that would be straight out of a NASCAR race.

Watch the "Middle Child" video below. 

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