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  • J. Cole appears to respond to Kendrick Lamar’s recent disses in the closing track of his mixtape, “7 Minute Drill,” with scathing bars aimed at Kendrick’s catalog and career trajectory.
  • Drawing parallels to JAY-Z’s “Takeover” diss at Nas, Cole challenges Kendrick’s consistency and sparring match with him.
  • He ends the song with a warning to the rap game and teases his upcoming album, “The Fall Off.” Kendrick had previously taken aim at Cole and Drake in his verse on Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That,” prompting speculation and anticipation for potential responses from the two artists.
  • Cole’s surprise album, “Might Delete Later,” features ten songs and collaborations with Ari Lennox, Gucci Mane, Young Dro, Bas, Central Cee, Daylyt, and Ab-Soul.
  • What do you think of J. Cole’s diss to Kendrick Lamar?
  • ALSO….
  • J. Cole has dropped a surprise mixtape called Might Delete This Later, and he seemingly fueled the beef with Future with shots on the mixtape at him.
  • Cole rapped on ‘Crocodile Tearz,’ “Yes, sir, it’s me, not two, not three/ The uno, G-O-A-T, I need my fee, f**k kudos/ G4 at least, these flights ain’t cheap as you know/ They sound faded, they downgraded, they Pluto/ I’m bigger than Mars, this n**ga a star, I’m Bruno.”
  • Cole also responded to Kendrick Lamar on this mixtape, where he talks about Kendrick’s catalog and how often he drops.
  • What do you think of Cole’s response to Kendrick Lamar and Future?