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J. Cole Surprises Fans with New Album 'Might Delete Later'

J. Cole Fires Back with Surprise Album 'Might Delete Later' Amidst Kendrick Lamar Diss
In the midst of tensions following the release of Future and Metro Boomin's collaborative project "We Don't Trust You," J. Cole has made a bold move by dropping a surprise album titled "Might Delete Later."

The album arrives amidst a brewing feud sparked by Kendrick Lamar's verse on "Like That," where he seemingly aimed shots at J. Cole and Drake for their reference to him as part of the "big three" on their joint track "First Person Shooter." In response, J. Cole fires back with a diss track titled "7 Minute Drill" on his new album, directly addressing the ongoing beef.

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In "7 Minute Drill," J. Cole doesn't hold back, delivering pointed lyrics aimed at Lamar. He references Lamar's infrequent releases, suggesting that if Lamar wasn't dissing, there wouldn't be any discussion. Despite acknowledging their personal relationship, J. Cole warns that he won't hesitate to assert his dominance on the mic if necessary.
Amidst the controversy, fans can dive into J. Cole's latest offering, a 12-track album boasting collaborations with Ari Lennox, Gucci Mane, Bas, Central Cee, and Cam'Ron. "Might Delete Later" marks J. Cole's seventh studio album, following his successful 2021 release "The Off-Season."

As tensions continue to simmer within the hip-hop community, J. Cole's surprise album drop adds fuel to the fire, further igniting the debate surrounding the "big three" and highlighting the competitive nature of the genre. With its raw lyricism and star-studded features, "Might Delete Later" is sure to make waves in the rap world and beyond.

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