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J.Cole Hits Back at Kendrick Lamar on “7 minutes Drill”

American rapper, Jermain Cole, popularly known as J. Cole, has fired back at Kendrick Lamar on his new song "7 Minute Drill," off his latest surprise tape, "Might Delete Later."

American rapper, Jermain Cole, popularly known as J. Cole, has fired back at Kendrick Lamar on his new song “7 Minute Drill,” off his latest surprise tape, “Might Delete Later.”

Dreamville announced through a tweet about the new Cole, with the caption,”J. COLE DROPPED A SURPRISE PROJECT, THIS IS NOT A DRILL”

This follows after Future and Metro Boomin’s joint album titled “We Don’t Trust You.” Typical Hip Hop fans gravitated toward Kendrick Lamar’s verse on the track “Like That,” where the Compton rapper aimed jabs at Drake and J. Cole for categorising him as part of the “big three” in their “First Person Shooter” song. Cole raps “Love when they argue the hardest MC, Is it K. Dot? Is it Aubrey? Or me? We the big three, like we started a league.” 

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In “Like That,” Kendrick references Cole’s ‘big three’ lyrics in first-person shooter mode to make a bold statement.

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“First Person Shooter, hope they came with three switches,” he sneered.” I still got PTSD, Motherfuck the big three, ni**a, it’s just big me,” he added.

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J. Cole took a direct approach with the surprise release of his new project “Might Delete Later” and went into an unfamiliar character mode by responding to Kendrick on the concluding song “7 Minute Drill.”

 “I got a phone call, they say that somebody dissing. You want some attention, it come with extensions… he still doing shows but fell off like The Simpsons. Your first shit was classic, your last shit was tragic, and your second sh*t put ni**as to sleep but they gassed it. Your third shit was massive and that was your prime, I was trailing right behind and I just now hit mine,” Cole rapped.

He goes on to take jabs at Kendrick Lamar’s five-part “The Heart” series while also acknowledging that, his respect for the Compton rapper would not stop him from jabbing him if the need be.

“He averaging one ‘Heart’ verse like every 30 months or something, If he wasn’t dissing, then we wouldn’t be discussing nothin. Lord don’t make me have to smoke this ni**a, cause I fuck with him but push come to shove on this mic I will humble him,” J.Cole rapped.

J.Cole’s “Might Delete Later” project features guest appearances from Ari Lennox, Gucci Mane, Bas, Central Cee, and Camron. He last released his sixth solo album, “The Off-Season,” in 2021.

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