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Janet Jackson and J. Cole Unite to Electrify ONE Music Fest with ‘No Sleeep’ Collaboration

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Janet Jackson and J. Cole joined forces to deliver an electrifying performance of their 2015 collaborative track, “No Sleeep,” captivating the audience at Atlanta’s annual ONE Music Fest.

Taking the stage on Saturday (October 28), the Grammy-winning songstress, adorned in an all-Black ensemble, engaged the crowd before inviting J. Cole to join her.

Cole, known as Cole World in the music realm, showcased precise delivery as he began his verse: “I go my way, you go yours/ You taste real life, I taste tours (alright)/ Sweet at first, but after a while/ Too much sugar, they say, is bad for your smile,” rapping over the Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis-produced beats.

The festival featured other notable artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Megan Thee Stallion, and Brent Faiyaz, delivering an exceptional lineup of performances.

In addition to her appearance at ONE Music Fest, Janet Jackson had been on her highly acclaimed Together Again Tour throughout the summer. During one June performance, a steamy on-stage moment with a backup dancer, identified as Dario Boatner, created a buzz among fans, as video footage captured Jackson’s sensual performance, igniting excitement in the crowd.

Meanwhile, J. Cole recently addressed rumors of tension with NBA YoungBoy. Making his presence felt on Drake’s latest album, ‘For All the Dogs,’ Cole’s track “First Person Shooter” dismissed speculations, clarifying there’s no animosity between them and expressing his desire to collaborate: “N-ggas so thirsty to put me in beef/ Dissectin’ my words and start lookin’ too deep… I still wanna get me a song with YB.”

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The collaboration between Janet Jackson and J. Cole at ONE Music Fest marks a special moment for fans, while both artists continue to make waves in the music industry with their remarkable performances and collaborations.

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