‪J. Cole Responds to Kendrick Lamar diss on New Song ‘7 Minute Drill’‬

J. Cole Fires Back at Kendrick Lamar With "7 Minute Drill" Following "Like That" Diss

7 Minute Drill" by J. Cole, responding to Kendrick Lamar's "Like That" diss, from the album "Might Delete Later.
J. Cole has fired back at Kendrick Lamar with some pointed lyrics on his latest track, '7 Minute Drill,' which serves as the outro on his surprise album 'Might Delete Later.'

Kendrick Lamar made waves with his shots at Drake on 'Like That,' a track from Metro Boomin & Future’s album. In his verse, Kendrick asserted his dominance, claiming there's no "big three" and positioning himself as the top dog.

Cole wasted no time in responding. He didn't hold back, criticizing Lamar's album 'To Pimp A Butterfly' as "boring" and referring to his latest effort, 'Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers,' as "tragic."

In one verse, Cole raps, "He still doin’ shows, but fell off like the Simpsons. Yo first shit was classic, yo last shit was tragic." He continues to assert his own success, highlighting his growth and current position at the forefront.
“He still doin’ shows, but fell off like the Simpsons Yo first shit was classic, yo last sh*t was tragic Yo second shit put ni**as to sleep but they gassed it Yo third sh*t was massive and that was yo prime I was trailin’ right behind and I just now hit mine Now I’m front of the line with a comfortable lead How ironic, now that I got it he want somethin’ with me”

- J. Cole On "7 Minute Drill"

Prior to these lines, Cole also takes aim at Lamar's consistency, suggesting that without the diss, Lamar wouldn't be a topic of discussion.

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The feud between the two rappers escalated when Kendrick Lamar dropped a verse on "Like That," a track from Future and Metro Boomin's collaborative album "We Don’t Trust You." In that verse, Lamar took shots at both Drake and J. Cole, asserting his superiority in the rap game.

While Drake chose to address Lamar's diss vaguely during his current tour, J. Cole opted for a more direct approach, releasing '7 Minute Drill' as a response on his surprise album, 'Might Delete Later.'

 Check out '7 Minute Drill' by J. Cole below.