J. Cole hit Twitter on Thursday (April 26) for an impromptu Q&A with fans about his recently released album, KOD.

It comes a few days after Cole opened up about his fifth studio LP during a new interview with Vulture.

Cole first offered up his favourite songs from the album.

He later revealed the first version of KOD took just two weeks to put together, but the final edit took much longer.

Cole admits one of his favorite bars from the LP appears on the second verse of “BRACKETS.”

The Dreamville Records bossman also alluded to a deluxe version of KOD dropping in the near future.

Cole ends KOD with “1985 (Intro to ‘The Fall Off’),” a track many fans believe is a tee-up for his next body of work. He confirmed he is currently working on a project called The Fall Off.

Cole also revealed his alter ego, kiLL edward, has an album on the horizon.

A short while before wrapping up his Q&A, Cole took a parting shot at Kanye West, who has been using Twitter recently to express his support for Donald Trump, who thinks Ye’s support is “very cool.”

When asked about who he would choose to do a collaborative album with, Cole was decisive in his answer.