"G.O.M.D." - J. Cole [Official YouTube Music Video]

Chris Tart

by Chris Tart

Published March 23, 2015

In his new music video, J. Cole acts as the leader in a slave rebellion. The visual plays out like a short film, set to the 2014 Forest Hills Drive cut "G.O.M.D."

The bouncy track didn't contain a very socially-charged message, but director Lawrence Lamont and Cole clearly had that vision for the video. SPOILER ALERT: As he serves his master's family liquor, Cole gains access to the key for the gun closet. He and his fellow slaves grab the guns, ambush the family, tie them up, and dance around a bonfire built from their enemies' furniture.

2014 Forest Hills Drive is available on Amazon (Vinyl, CD, MP3). You can also stream it and read our review right here on Zumic.

For J. Cole's music, news, and tour dates, check out his Zumic artist page.


Source: JColeVEVO on YouTube

J. Cole
East Coast Rap Hip Hop Southern Rap
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