J Cole photograph of a man in his 40s, ‘the man in the moon’

J Cole’s “The Man in the Moon” is one of his most celebrated songs.

He was awarded the Grammy for best rap album in 2013, but the song’s success has been marred by allegations of drug use, and a police investigation has led to his arrest in the US.

The album was reportedly produced in New York, and was recorded in an office space in Brooklyn in 2009.

The song is a homage to a man known as “The Black Man in New Jersey” who was arrested in 1979 on a drug charge, and released two years later.

It is the story of a black man trying to make it in the black community, and how he became an activist.

Here are 10 things you need to know about “The man in New, Jersey”.

J Cole and his family appear in “The White Man in Brooklyn”.

(Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images) J Cole performs at the 2016 Grammys.

(Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty) JCole and his mother perform at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

(Getty Images/ABC News) J. Cole is shown in “White Man in Blue”.

(Getty) “The Last Time” was released in the summer of 2017.

(CBS) Cole and the rest of the gang perform in “I Got a Plan” during the 2016 Super Bowl.

(AP) Cole was arrested on drugs charges in 1979.

(Reuters) Cole performs during the Super Bowl in 2017.

Cole and friends in “Last Time” perform at Super Bowl LII in 2017, in Los Angeles.

(Justin Sullivan/GettyImages) “I’m on a mission” J Cole in “This is Love”.

(CBS News) Cole, along with fellow rapper Ice Cube and producer Dr Dre, perform on stage during the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show.

Cole, in a white suit and white T-shirt, is seen holding a microphone during a performance of “I Love You, Daddy”.

(Reuters/ABC/Reuters) “No One Else” was a hit single in 2014.

(Facebook) “We’re the Last Men” was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap Song in 2013.

(YouTube) “This Is Love” was the title track of Cole’s upcoming album, “Lucky”.

(ABC News/Reuters/AP) “You Shouldn’t Be Afraid” was Cole’s debut album.

(NME) “Black Man in Big City” was produced by Ice Cube.

(J Cole) “Never Gonna Give You Up” was written by Cole, Dre and producer Eazy-E, who is also credited as a producer on “This album.”

(AP/ABC) “If I Should Ever Come Back” is the name of Cole and Dre’s song from “This LP”.

(The Associated Press) Cole appeared in “Biggest Loser” in 2012.

(ABC) Cole performed in “My Life in the Fast Lane” in 2013 (YouTube).

(YouTube/J Cole/The Late Show With Stephen Colbert) “Waves” was originally slated to be Cole’s first single but was pushed back to next year due to legal issues.

(Macklemore) “Rapper’s Delight” is an album track from Cole’s forthcoming project, “Sugar Hill”.

(YouTube via J Cole) Cole is seen in a black T-Shirt and a white Tampon.

(Google) “Don’t Stop Believin'” is Cole’s single off of his album “Songs That Make You Think”.

(Facebook via J.

Cole) Cole’s mother, Aaliyah, is featured on the cover of his upcoming album “Loyal”.

(HBO) Cole has been featured on “The Late Late Show with James Corden”.

(AP Photo/NBC) Cole on stage with his son at the 2014 Grammys in L.A. (Liam Smith/Getty Media) Cole in a dark shirt and dark pants.

(WENN) Cole during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards in Nashville.

(Chris Pizzello/Getty Music) Cole appears on the covers of his debut album, the “Slim Shady” EP, “White & Broke” and “All I Need”.

(Kirby Lee/WireImage) Cole with the other members of his band, The Game.

(HipHopDX) Cole attends the 2014 MTV Video Game Awards in Los Vegas.

(Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Images) Cole at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.

Cole in 2015.

Cole has a cameo appearance in a “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” video for his music.

(Joe Raedle/Getty Image) Cole sings with his band The Game during an MTV Music Awards special.

Cole appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on June 25, 2017.

The “Jimmy K” singer has been a critic of President Donald Trump and his policies.

Cole was asked by Kimmel if he had