Rapper J. Cole is almost done recording his second album, 'Born Sinner.' But before he wraps it up, the Roc Nation artist released a soulful new song called 'Cole Summer.'

"Few Days to finish the album then off to Mixing. Here’s some thoughts. Cole Summer," he wrote on his blog.

The song won't appear on the album, which will hit stores on June 25. However, it's another hot joint from the North Cackalacky emcee.

"This right here is not a preview / Of what the album gonna bring you / Or nothing like that," he raps over a sample of Lauryn Hill's 'Nothing Even Matters.'

And just when you thought J. Cole was done sharing some of his unreleased music, he drops even more good news.

The 'Lost Ones' rapper tweeted early Tuesday morning (April 30) that he plans to release a 'Truly Yours 2' EP on May 1.

"F--- it. Truly Yours 2 tomorrow. You Deserve it," he wrote.

The first 'Truly Yours' EP was a five-track collection that featured Cole's reworkings of Nas' 'Stay' and 'Can I Holla at Ya,' which sampled 'To Zion' by Lauryn Hill.

Get ready, y'all! It's going to be a Cole summer!

Listen to J. Cole's 'Cole Summer'