J. Cole’s Lost Ones tackles the topic of unexpected pregnancy. The song meant so much to J. Cole that he held onto it for 3 years to make sure it was on his first album. He also believed in it so much that he shot a video for it…in 2008. Check out the video for Lost Ones.

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In the first verse, Cole raps from the perspective of the man.  In verse 2, he takes on the voice of the expecting mother.  And, in verse 3, he becomes the third person commentator.  The song meant so much to J. Cole that he held onto it for 3 years to make sure it was on his first album.  He also believed in it so much that he shot a video for it…in 2008.  Check out the video for Lost Ones.