J. Cole Raps About Meeting With Obama On ‘High For Hours’
We know Obama is a big fan of J. Cole. In fact, the 44th President was pumping the North Carolina emcee until the wee hours of the morning at his final White House house party.
He also invited Cole to a criminal justice summit last year.
Late last night, Cole dropped the track ‘High for Hours’ and on it he raps about that meeting in April of 2016.
“Raised my hand and asked a man a question/Does he see the struggles of his brothers in oppression?/And if so, if you got all the power and the clout as the president/What’s keeping you from helping niggas out?’/Well I didn’t say nigga, but you catch my drift/He look me in my eyes and spoke and he was rather swift/He broke the issues down and showed me he was well aware/I got the vibe he was sincere and that the brother cared/But dawg you in the chair, what’s the hold up?/He said there’s things that I wanna fix/But you know this shit nigga, politics/Don’t stop fighting and don’t stop believing/You can make the world better for your kids before you leave it,” Cole rhymes.
Check the entire Cam O’bi & Elite produced track below.
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