Ahead Of Their Upcoming Interview, Big Daddy Kane Declares J. Cole His “Favorite MC Out Here Right Now”

Kane revealed that Cole has been added to the increasing list of guests for Paragraphs I Manifest in the caption of the Instagram image. He also disclosed another performer he wants to put in the performance while speaking with HipHopDX. He stated, "I still have to interview MC Lyte and give it in for editing." “This J. Cole interview, on the other hand, was the glue.” Kane has also conducted interviews with JAY-Z, Common, Eminem, Doug E. Fresh, and KRS-One for the upcoming documentary, which has yet to get an official release date.

Big Daddy Kane, the legendary rapper, is still working on his upcoming Netflix documentary, Paragraphs I Manifest. The film focuses on the art of emceeing, and it will include a number of well-known rappers from the past and present who will help convey Kane’s tale. J. Cole is one of the musicians included in the film, and his upcoming interview with Kane was previewed in a recent Instagram video.

“A lot of people out there right now are coming to people such as myself and many others, giving us our flowers and whatnot while we’re still here,” Kane says in the video as Cole stands beside him. “But listen – I wanna give this young brother right here his flowers like on the real.” Cole is taken aback by Kane’s comments and simply says, “Damn.” Kane adds, “I want this brother right here to know that he is my favorite MC out here right now. This is the brother right here that makes me feel like Hip Hop is still alive and it’s here to stay when I listen to this here brother spit and listen to his music. Love you, fam.” In response, Cole says, “Love, bro. Thank you, man. I appreciate that, bro. Legendary. Thank you. Sh*t.”


Kane revealed that Cole has been added to the increasing list of guests for Paragraphs I Manifest in the caption of the Instagram image. He also disclosed another performer he wants to put in the performance while speaking with HipHopDX. He stated, “I still have to interview MC Lyte and give it in for editing.” “This J. Cole interview, on the other hand, was the glue.” Kane has also conducted interviews with JAY-Z, Common, Eminem, Doug E. Fresh, and KRS-One for the upcoming documentary, which has yet to get an official release date.

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