J. Cole Fires Back With ‘7 Minute Drill’ (LISTEN)

J. Cole has seemingly sent shots back at Kendrick Lamar.

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Here’s What Went Down With J. Cole

On Friday, April 5, Cole released his latest album, ‘MIGHT DELETE LATER.’ The project features a total of 12 tracks, and the last is titled, ‘7 Minute Drill.’

On the three-minute and thirty-second track, the 39-year-old calls out someone seeking “attention” since they “fell off.”

“I got a phone call, they say that somebody dissin’ / You want some attention, it come with extensions…. / I came up in the ‘Ville, so I’m good when it’s tension / He still doin’ shows, but fell off like the Simpsons”

From there, Cole goes on to diss the unnamed rapper’s albums before adding, “He averagin’ one hard verse like every thirty months or something.’”

“If he wasn’t dissin’, then we wouldn’t be discussin’ him,” Cole says, seemingly referring to himself and Drake.

Later in the song, the 39-year-old makes it clear that he didn’t want to drop a “toxic reply” and actually has love for the recipient of his bars.

“My text flooded with the hunger for a toxic reply / I’m hesitant, I love my brother, but I’m not gonna lie / I’m powered up for real, that s**t would feel like swattin’ a fly”

However, Cole adds that ‘7 Minute Drill’ is just a “warning shot,” but if he needs to, he’s  “indulging in violence.”

“This is merely a warning shot to back n****s down… / My jack jumpin’ ’bout a rapper makin’ blasphemous sounds / Switchin’ sides like the tassel on the cap and the gown”

Social Media Reacts

Social media users reacted to Cole’s spicy bars in The Shade Room’s comment section.

Instagram user @ayookevo803 wrote, Good thing Cole stepped in . Drake was finna get in the booth and make a diss track with sexy red . Bow bow bow”

While Instagram user @mr.nevertrustabi***h, This light bars, in the song he says it’s a warning, let’s not play wit Cole like he not him”

Instagram user @kakomachinkuli, Y’all know Cole can come harder than this! This was definitely a warning shot😂😂”

While Instagram user @siresco1, 🔥🔥🔥🤝🏾 a rap beef that I don’t have to worry about my brothers dying !!!! Bring it on”

Instagram user @dakidgowie,Warning shots. Neither Cole nor Kendrick really went into their bag yet. 👀🍿”

While Instagram user @balicabrera, He casually/wholesomely bodied him. People who are saying otherwise are either too young to understand or need to clean out their ears. He did this with grace🙌🏽”

Why Are J. Cole And Kendrick Lamar Seemingly Trading Bars?

As The Shade Room previously reported, Kendrick Lamar appeared to send shots at J. Cole and Drake in March. At the time, Lamar appeared as a guest on Metro Boomin and Future’s latest joint album, ‘WE DON’T TRUST YOU.’

On the song, ‘Like That,’ Lamar referred to Drake and J. Cole’s recent single, ‘First Person Shooter,’ and let off spicy bars for the pair.

“Yeah, get up with me, f**k sneak dissing/’First Person Shooter,’ I hope they came with three switches,” Lamar rapped.

From there, Lamar referred to Drake’s recently-released album, ‘For All The Dogs,’ and seemingly labeled himself as Prince and Drake as Michael Jackson.

“Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD/Motherf**k the big three, n***a, it’s just big me/ n***a, bum, what? I’m really like that/ And your best work is a light pack/N***a, Prince outlived Mike Jack’/n***a, bum, ‘fore all your dogs gettin’ buried/That’s a K with all these nines, he gon’ see Pet Sematary n***a, bum”

Drake has yet to release a musical response to Lamar. However, the rapper seemingly shared words for Lamar at a recent concert.

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