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Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake and J. Cole on New Song ‘Like That’



Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake And J. Cole On New Song
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Kendrick Lamar made an uncredited look on Future and Metro Boomin’s new album “We Don’t Belief You,” and with it delivered a collection of apparently sharp, pointed phrases for Drake and J. Cole.

Lamar, whose fiery verse lights up “Like That,” steals the highlight on the monitor, the place he addresses a couple of bars from Drake and J. Cole’s “First Particular person Shooter” included on the previous’s “For All of the Canine.” On that music, which launched final 12 months, J. Cole makes point out of the “massive three,” referring to Lamar, Drake and himself: “Love after they argue the toughest emcee / Is it Ok. Dot? Is it Aubrey? Or me? / We the massive three like we began a league.”

Drake retorted with a bar that may very well be interpreted as a shot at Lamar, excluding him from the “massive three” designation: “Who the G.O.A.T.? Who you bitches actually rootin’ for? Like a child that act unhealthy from January to November, n—a, it’s simply you and Cole.”

On “Like That,” Lamar immediately references the rappers’ bars and comes gunning for them. “Yeah stand up with me, fuck sneak dissing / ‘First Particular person Shooter,’ I hope they got here with three switches,” he raps, later including, “Motherfuck the massive three, n—a, it’s simply massive me.” 

Later within the verse, he comes for the standard of their music and says that his legacy will outlast their affect, evaluating himself to Prince and his relationship to Michael Jackson. “Your finest work is a light-weight pack / N—a, Prince outlived Mike Jack / N—a, bum, ‘fore all of your canines get buried / That’s a Ok with all these nines, he gon’ see Pet Sematary.”

This isn’t the primary time that Lamar has stirred up controversy by immediately referencing his friends. In 2013, he delivered a scene-stealing verse on Huge Sean’s “Management,” additionally that includes Jay Electronica, working down an inventory of rappers and stating that whereas he has love for all of them, he sees them as opponents and intends to deliver them down.

Whereas Lamar’s verse on “Like That” was actually probably the most newsworthy second from the album, Future and Metro Boomin’s long-awaited collaborative undertaking “We Don’t Belief You” arrived on Friday, marking the primary of two releases from the pair. The second, which is at the moment untitled, can be launched on April 12.

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