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Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

 

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Kendrick Lamar has always been known as one of the most talented and lyrically gifted rappers in the game.Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

With his thought-provoking lyrics and impeccable flow, he has consistently proved himself to be a top contender in the rap world.

And now, he’s back with a vengeance on the new Future and Metro Boomin album “We Don’t Trust You”, where he takes aim at his fellow hip-hop heavyweights, Drake and J Cole.

 

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

 

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

 

The track in question, “Like That”, features Kendrick spitting some fiery bars that are clearly directed at Drake and J Cole.Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album.

In the song, Kendrick starts off by stating that it’s time for him to prove that he’s a problem.

He then goes on to make references to Drake and J Cole’s video for “First Person Shooter“, insinuating that they are “clicking up” and cannot be legit as they are joining forces.

Kendrick continues to take shots at the duo, saying, “Lost too many soldiers, not the player safe. If he walk around with that stick, it ain’t Andre 3K.”

This line could be interpreted as Kendrick calling out Drake for trying to be like Andre 3000 (known as 3K), but not being able to match his level of originality and talent.

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But it doesn’t stop there. Kendrick goes on to say, “Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD mother**kers.”

 

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

 

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

 

This could be seen as a direct jab at Drake, who has been known to use PTSD in his lyrics. Kendrick is taking a stand and saying that he will not let anyone mess with him on his turf.

The most telling line of all comes when Kendrick proclaims, “The Big Three is just big me.” This statement is clear and concise – there is no big three in hip-hop, it’s just Kendrick.

This could be seen as a direct response to the ongoing debate of who holds the top spot in the rap game. Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album.

Fans have always compared Drake, J Cole, and Kendrick Lamar, but Kendrick is making it clear that in his eyes, there is no competition.

He continues on to say, “What I’m really like that, and your best work is a light pack,” implying that neither Drake nor J Cole can hold a candle to his talent and quality of work.

Kendrick then takes a dark turn by referencing the deaths of Prince and Michael Jackson, rapping “Prince outlived Mike Jack.”

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

 

This could be seen as a metaphor for Kendrick being the one who will outlast and outshine his fellow hip-hop artists.Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

The timing of these shots couldn’t be more perfect, as just a few months ago, fans were buzzing at the idea of a joint album between Kendrick and J Cole.

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But now, with J Cole teaming up with Drake for “First Person Shooter” and leaving Kendrick out of the loop, it seems that any possibility of a Kendrick-J Cole project has gone out the window.

And Kendrick is not the only one who’s not pleased with this collaboration. In his own response to the situation, Big Sean also dropped a freestyle over a Jay Dilla beat with lyrics that seem to take aim at the Big Three debate.

He raps “I know they calling us three kings/ But it’s King-King-King now,” showing that even he wants to be considered in the top tier of rap artists.

But why is this all so important? Some may argue that it’s just rap beef or an attempt to stir up drama for publicity. But true hip-hop fans know that this goes deeper than that.

 

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

 

Kendrick Lamar Throws Shots at Drake and J Cole on New Future/Metro Boomin Album

Rap has always been about competition and proving oneself as the best. And while some may see this as unnecessary beef, others see it as a return to the competitive nature of hip-hop.

It’s been said that the genre has become too “friendly”, with artists collaborating and praising each other rather than engaging in rap battles and trying to one-up each other.

But with Kendrick’s bold lyrics on “Like That”, it seems that he’s trying to bring back the essence of hip-hop – proving oneself as the king of the jungle.

In conclusion, Kendrick Lamar has made it clear that he’s not here to play games. He’s sending shots at Drake and J Cole, reminding them that there is no big three in hip-hop – it’s just him.

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Whether this will lead to more diss tracks and a full-blown rap beef remains to be seen. But one thing is for sure, with Kendrick Lamar back in the game, things are about to get interesting in the world of hip-hop once again.

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