“m y . l i f e” is the third track from American rapper J.Cole and his sixth studio album “The Off-Season”, which was released through 3 labels: Dreamville, Roc Nation & Interscope Records on the 14th May 2021. The track was written by J.Cole and 21 Savage, who features in the song along with Morray.
The song features the hook from the 2002 song “The Life” by rapper Pharoahe Monch, which Morray sings in the chorus. “m y . l i f e” sees Cole and 21 Savage talk about their accomplishments and rise to fame, as well what they believe their lives would have been like if they had not made it to where they are today. What makes this song so special however, is the fact that this song along with another 2 tracks on the The Off-Season” album, have features from other musicians and artists. This is worth mentioning as J.Cole has famously avoided features since 2014 his album “Forest Hills Drive”.
There is currently no music video for “m y . l i f e”, however the official audio has over 7.6 million views and over a quarter of a million likes since its upload via YouTube on the 14th May 2021 – only one week ago.
Release Date: 14th May 2021
Songwriter/s: Jermaine Cole (J. Cole) & Shéyaa Abraham-Joseph (21 Savage)
Producer/s: J.Cole, Jake One & Wu10
Label/s: Dreamville, Roc Nation & Interscope
Chart Rankings: Since the track has just been released, it hasn’t had enough chart history to be placed in our rankings. However, on Spotify alone, the track has over 20.4 million global streams.
The lyrics to “m y l i f e .” can be read here.
Listen to “m y l i f e .” on Apple Music.
Listen to “m y l i f e .” on Spotify.