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Kendrick Lamar Takes Aim At Drake and J. Cole On Future And Metro Boomin’s Album


Kendrick Lamar delivered pointed information directed at Drake and J. Cole in Future and Metro Boomin’s latest album, “We Don’t Trust You.”

In the single “Like That,” Kendrick asserts, “Yeah, get up with me, forget sneak dissing/’First Person Shooter,’ I hope they came with three switches,” at the 2:19 mark. Proceeding with a definitive stance, the 17-time Grammy winner and 50-time nominee boldly declares, “Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD/Forget the Big 3, it’s just me.”

Closing his verse with a reference to Drake’s previous album, Kendrick subtly hints at a confrontation: “‘fore all your dogs gettin’ buried, that’s a K with all these nines, he gon’ see Pet Sematary.”

Drake with five Grammys and 55 nominations, and J. Cole with two wins and 17 nominations, collaborated on the Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper “First Person Shooter” from 2023’s “For All the Dogs.”

In the track, Cole muses, “Love when they argue the hardest MC/Is it K-Dot? Is it Aubrey? Or me?/We the big three like we started a league, but right now, I feel like Muhammad Ali.”

Drake, on the other hand, decided to overlook Kendrick’s presence with the line, “Who the GOAT? Who you bitches really rooting for?/Like a kid that act bad from January to November, it’s just you and Cole.”

Following their work together, the duo continued with “Evil Ways” and extended Drake’s “It’s All a Blur Tour,” echoing a recurring line from “First Person Shooter”: “Big as the what?”

Kendrick Lamar, 36, and Drake, 37, previously joined forces three times between 2011 and 2012 on tracks like “Buried Alive (Interlude)” from “Take Care,” “Poetic Justice” from “good kid, m.A.A.d city,” and “Fuckin’ Problems” by ASAP Rocky.

Their exchanges, both subtle and direct, have continued over the years. Similarly, Kendrick, known as Kung-Fu Kenny, and the 39-year-old Cole have a collaborative history, having worked together on tracks such as “Black Friday,” “Forbidden Fruit,” and Jeezy’s “American Dream,” while teasing fans with the idea of a joint album for years.

Cole mentioned last fall that the joint album idea was discarded because creating something “full of our potential” would require dedicating “at least a year” to the work. Although he hinted at discussing it further in the future, Cole revealed to Lil Yachty in November that they exchanged beats and briefly entertained the idea of a joint project.

Despite initial excitement and social media rumors, they put the speculation to rest long ago, although it was really a topic of discussion at one point.

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