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Listen: J. Cole Fires Back At Kendrick Lamar On Surprise New Album ‘Might Delete Later’

In a highly anticipated move, J. Cole has responded to Kendrick Lamar‘s recent diss on his surprise new album, “Might Delete Later.

The North Carolina rapper’s latest project, released overnight, features a direct response to Lamar’s diss on the closing track, “7 Minute Drill.”

The album, which includes contributions from artistes such as Ari Lennox, Gucci Mane, Young Dro, T-Minus, Cam’ron, Bas, the Alchemist, Ab-Soul, Charlie Heat, Mike Will Made-It, Conductor Williams, Central Cee, and more, has been making waves in the music industry since its release

Might Delete Later” arrives just two weeks after Kendrick Lamar took aim at Drake and J. Cole on “Like That.” Cole addresses Lamar on the new album’s closing song, “7 Minute Drill.” He opens the track, “I came up in the ’Ville, so I’m good when it’s tension/He still doin’ shows, but fell off like The Simpsons.” He goes on to diss Lamar’s albums and throw shade at the Grammys for awarding the Compton rapper so greatly. (Kendrick Lamar has been nominated for 50 Grammy Awards, taking home 17 trophies; J. Cole has been nominated for 17 and won two Grammys.

The rapper concludes the track by teasing his fabled album ‘The Fall Off,’ which he has been working on for years.

Fans have been eagerly awaiting a response from Cole since Lamar’s initial diss, and the rapper’s surprise album has not disappointed. With its impressive lineup of collaborators and Cole’s direct response to Lamar’s diss, ‘Might Delete Later’ is sure to be a hit among fans of both artistes.

Listen below:

Source – Tru News Report

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