Every J. Cole album is now available with Apple Music's Spatial Audio feature.
Though J. Cole is still riding high off of the release of The Off-Season, the rapper has kicked off yet another year treating his fans with something new, this time in the form of a his fans a new experience in listening to his illustrious discography. Apple Music and J. Cole have announced that the rapper's entire catalog has been released in Spatial Audio on the streaming platform. Albums included feature his debut project, Cole World: The Sideline Story, 2021's The Off-Season, and absolutely everything in-between.
"Spatial audio has given fans a new experience when listening to music and we’re excited to work with Apple Music to be able to bring that experience to Cole’s fans by making his entire catalogue available in Spatial audio,” Dreamville Co-Founder Ibrahim Hamad said in a statement, via Hip-Hop-N-More.
If you're still unclear about what Spatial Audio is, it is an audio feature accompanied by Dolby's Atmos and allows artists and musicians to create a more immersive listening experience for users. According to the Apple website, the feature is meant to bring "theater-like sound from the movie or video you're watching, so that sound seems like it's coming from all around you."
Upon heading over to apple music myself, i'm still not seeing my personal favorites The Warm Up and Friday Night Lights in the mix, so hopefully the next move for J. Cole and the Dreamville team is getting these two fellow masterpieces on streaming services.
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