J. Cole has been steadily prepping his sophomore album titled "Born Sinner", which comes off as a highly anticipated follow up to his "Cole World: The Sideline Story" debut. Recently, the Roc Nation artist spoke about the vision of his second album, describing the theme of his upcoming project.

Cole described it as "the story of corruption, corruption of an artist when commercial appeal is involved, or corruption of a relationship when temptation is involved, or corruption of a government when capitalism is involved."

"It's a lot of things," he continued. "I don't want anybody to think it's so heavy, but it deals with those things."

While many Hip Hop fans will be eagerly awaiting its release, they may be in for a longer wait as Cole suspects "Born Sinner" will come across a delay at some point. He cites the overall scope of the album to be the main reason for its delay, explaining that he has a complex vision for the creation of the LP.

Cole hasn't provided a timetable for the album's release.

Source: hiphopblog.com