J. Cole Reveals His “Mount Rushmore of Rap” on “The Off-Season Tour”
J. Cole is currently on “The Off-Season” tour in support of his latest album, as he is performing around America with supporting artists 21 Savage and Morray. The Dreamville boss’ latest stop was at Houston, where he performed his old and new hits at the American Airlines Arena on October 11.
During the performance of his song called “100. mil”, J. Cole decided to give his “Mount Rushmore of Rap” list through a picture at the stage, which showed himself having all four spots. All four J. Cole pictures on Mount Rushmore were from his different album eras. In the music, Mount Rushmore represents the 4 top-tier artists of a particular genre. The song also featured lyrics about the same thing. “I’m on that Mount Rushmore, you ni**as can’t front no more, bi*ch, I’ma reign until FEMA show up,” raps Cole. Mount Rushmore originally refers to the sculpture of US Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt.