J. Cole Shares Full Version of ‘Jermaine’s Interlude’ on Spillage Village’s ‘Can’t Call It’
J. Cole has been remotely quiet for majority of this year, but aside from some killer performances here and there, he's still feeding his loyal fan base what they constantly wish for. After announcing at The Meadows Festival last month that he would be taking a break from performing for "a very long time," the Fayetteville MC is still sporadically hopping on tracks.
Spillage Village, the group that consists of JB, EarthGang, and J.I.D., just released the full 6-minute version of their "Can't Call It" banger, which already originally featured Cole's label protégé, Bas. Now, the Dreamville-affiliated trio, dropped another version, which has the 2014 Forest Hills Drive rapper on it. Fans will recognize the vocals from Cole, as they were already incorporated on DJ Khaled's Major Key album, which went no. 1 on the charts, for "Jermaine's Interlude" earlier this year.
The rapper originally recorded the vocals for Spillage Village after hearing their version with Bas, leading to Khaled eventually getting his hands on Cole's solo version first for his project. The full 6-minute song is set to be featured on the trio's Bears Like This To Much album, which is slated for a December 2nd release date.
While we're still grieving over Cole going back into hiding for the indefinite future, at least he knows how to tide us over. Take a listen to the full version of Spillage Village's "Can't Call It" with Cole and Bas below.