‘Wet Dreamz’ Video By J. Cole: Other Puppy-Loving Rappers Could Take Note [Video]

The new video called “Wet Dreamz” by J. Cole (Warning: NSFW language in the video) is certainly causing so much buzz online that it’s currently a trending topic on Twitter. Even if it isn’t an ode to abstinence, at least it does reveal all the angst — or most of — and nervousness that can come with being a virgin. The song also talks about how Cole pretended it wasn’t his first time when in actuality it was the first time he’d had sex as a younger fellow who’d been crushing on a girl from school for some time.

“I ain’t never did this before, no…”

Appearing on the Twitter account of Cole, the “Wet Dreamz” video is making the news because of its refreshing imagery. There are no big booties twerking up and down, falling out of their booty shorts in this video. Cole has skipped the exotic dancers with long micro-linked extensions dancing about him in this video, and has chosen instead to feature a male and female puppy to represent the sort of puppy love he’s singing about.

The YouTube video called “J. Cole – Wet Dreamz” is currently going viral, with a description that urges listeners to check out the rapper’s “2014 Forest Hills Drive” album, as usual. The man whose “government name” is Jermaine Lamarr Cole, won many fans when the 30-year-old bared his soul in songs like “Crooked Smile,” which waxed intensely and pensively about the image of beauty and why being unique has made him a winner, all the way down to his teeth.

“They tell me I should fix my grill cause I got money now
I ain’t gon’ sit around and front like I ain’t thought about it
A perfect smile is more appealing but it’s funny how
My s*** is crooked look at how far I done got without it”

Hailing form Fayetteville, North Carolina, but born in Frankfurt, Germany, the six-foot, three-inch Cole’s use of puppies in the video for ‘Wet Dreamz’ is so unexpected and adorable, as reported by Vulture‎ – it becomes the kind of move that sets Cole apart from machismo fueled and misogynistic lyricists that try to top each other with gorgeous video vixens and all the purple lean that could fill a red cup.

As reported by the Inquisitr, rappers like Cole and Kendrick Lamar will keep breaking stereotypes, as the latter goes buck wild on all sorts of topics in his “To Pimp a Butterly” album.

[Image via J. Cole video]