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Artist IconJ. Cole
Artist Icon 2014 Forest Hills Drive
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2014 Forest Hills Drive is the third studio album by American hip hop recording artist J. Cole, released on December 9, 2014, under Dreamville, Roc Nation and Columbia Records. The album, which was mainly produced by Cole himself, was supported by two singles, "Apparently" and "G.O.M.D.".

The title of the album is the address of J. Cole's childhood home where he grew up with his mom, brother, and stepfather. Shortly after graduating high school in 2003, the home was foreclosed while J. Cole attended St. Johns University in New York City. In 2014, the rapper re-bought the house, marking Cole's first home purchase.
Most of the production of this album came from J. Cole. Guest producers include Elite, who also contributed on Cole's previous projects, The Warm Up, Friday Night Lights, and Born Sinner, Dreamville's in-house producer, Ron Gilmore, Tray Samuels, DJ Dahi, Illmind, Cardiak, CritCal, Vinylz, Organized Noize, and Jproof.
On November 16, 2014, J. Cole released a video trailer where he announced he would be releasing his third album, titled 2014 Forest Hills Drive, on December 9. The video also featured footage regarding the making-of the album. Additionally, the album's name sake was revealed to be the address of Cole's childhood home in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
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