J. Cole

J.Cole Returns with Surprise Album “Might Delete Later”

In response to the alleged diss track from Future and Metro Boomin’s collaborative album “We Don’t Trust You,” targeting J.Cole and Drake, J.Cole has made a powerful comeback with a surprise release of his new album titled “Might Delete Later.”

The diss track in question, titled “Like That,” featured a verse from Kendrick Lamar, who seemingly took shots at Drake and J.Cole for including him as part of the “big three” on their duet “First Person Shooter.” Lamar’s lyrics expressed his disregard for the notion of a “big three” and emphasized his individuality, stating, “Yeah, get up with me, fuck sneak dissing / First Person Shooter, I hope they came with three switches / Motherfck the big three, n**a, it’s just big me.”

J.Cole, known for his introspective lyricism, responded to the ongoing beef with a diss track of his own titled “7 Minute Drill,” where he directly addressed the current feud. In the track, J.Cole rapped about receiving a phone call about someone dissing him and highlighted the consequences of seeking attention through negative means. He also referenced Lamar’s previous works, particularly his five-part series, “The Heart,” questioning the frequency of Lamar’s releases and suggesting that their current discussion wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the diss. J.Cole made it clear that while he respected Lamar, he wouldn’t hesitate to assert his dominance on the mic if necessary.

Despite the escalating tensions between the two artists, fans can now enjoy J.Cole’s latest offering, “Might Delete Later.” The 12-track album features collaborations with talented artists such as Ari Lennox, Gucci Mane, Bas, Central Cee, and Cam’Ron. This release marks J.Cole’s seventh studio album, following his highly acclaimed 2021 release, “The Off-Season.”

As the beef continues to unfold, listeners can delve into J.Cole’s latest musical expressions and witness his artistic growth and prowess. “Might Delete Later” promises to deliver a captivating blend of storytelling and thought-provoking lyricism, solidifying J.Cole’s position as one of the industry’s most talented and respected artists.


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