April 20, 2018

J. Cole GOES OFF In ‘1985 (Intro to ‘The Fall Off’)’! But Who Did He Diss? [AUDIO]

J. Cole GOES OFF In ‘1985 (Intro to ‘The Fall Off’)’! But Who Did He Diss? [AUDIO]
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J. Cole was not joking around at the end of his latest album KOD.

He ended the project with a scathing track, seemingly dissing another artist or artists without saying their name.

The rapper sonned some of the new generation of artists while giving his experience as he grew as an artist.

“Everybody say the music that they make is dumb, I remember I was 18, Money, pu***, parties, I was on the same thing,” he starts off the track.

While kicking some knowledge he later dissed someone who’s name apparently begins with “Lil.” Some say it might be Lil’ Pump after a snippet was released in which he repeatedly said “f*** J. Cole.”

“I’m f***in’ with your funky lil’ rap name, I hear your music and I know that rap’s changed, A bunch of folks would say that that’s a bad thing, Cause everything’s commercial and it’s pop now, Trap drums is the s*** that’s hot now.”

Check out the track below.

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