J. Cole Feat. Miguel – Power Trip (Lyric Video) [Video]

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J. Cole’s recently released Miguel-assisted single “Power Trip” is now accompanied with a coinciding lyric video, which was unveiled earlier today. 

Check out the video below & let us know what you think!

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