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With J. Cole’s sixth studio album The Off-Season on the way this Friday, Billboard wants to know: What’s your favorite Cole album yet?

The highly anticipated album comes three years after Cole’s last album, KOD – an acronym for Kids on Drugs, King Overdosed and Kill Our Demons. KOD debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making it the artist’s fifth album to debut atop the chart.

He also supplemented his Grammy-nominated album 2014 Forest Hills Drive with his first-ever live album, Forest Hills Drive: Live From Fayetteville, NC, which he performed in his hometown that the title also pays homage to.

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But which J. Cole album tops the list? Vote for your favorite below!

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