J. Cole apologized for the track

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The rapper J. Cole apologized on Sunday for releasing a diss track about Kendrick Lamar, saying he felt “terrible” and vowing to update the song or remove it from streaming services.
He also called Lamar one of the “greatest” to ever use a microphone and said he hoped Lamar would forgive him.
“The past two days felt terrible,” J. Cole said.
J. Cole released “Might Delete Later” on his Dreamville Records label, an imprint of Interscope Records, which is owned by Universal Music Group.
Universal did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Lamar does not appear to have addressed the track or the apology publicly.
Representatives for Lamar did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Drake seemed to respond to Lamar’s verse at a concert in Sunrise, Fla., in late March, according to Complex.

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J, the rapper. Cole said he felt “terrible” after releasing a diss track about Kendrick Lamar on Sunday. He also promised to either update the song or take it down from streaming services.

The verse exchange that started in October was followed by the apology. In the song “First Person Shooter,” Cole, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar ranked as the “big three” of hip-hop. “There was no big three, it’s just big me,” Lamar rapped in a guest verse on Future and Metro Boomin’s song “Like That” in March, rejecting the comparison. “.

To which J. replied. Cole’s unexpected new album, “Might Delete Later,” features the diss track “7 Minute Drill,” which was released on Friday. The lyrics read, “I got a call, they say that somebody is dissing / You want some attention, it comes with extensions / He’s still doing shows but he fell off like ‘The Simpsons.'”. ‘”.

The song was released two days ago, and J. Onstage at his Raleigh, North Carolina Dreamville Festival, Cole expressed regret for it. D. based on videos shared on social media. He claimed during his main stage performance that the song didn’t “sit right with my spirit” after he saw how people responded to it, and that he was talking about it at the concert to put an end to the feud.

In addition, he referred to Lamar as one of the “greatest” microphone users ever and expressed his hope that Lamar would pardon him.

J said, “I felt awful the last two days.”. said Cole. It informed me of my level of satisfaction with my sleep over the previous ten years. “.

“7 Minute Drill” was still accessible on most major streaming services as of Monday early afternoon.

I. J. “Might Delete Later” was released by Cole under his Dreamville Records label, a division of Universal Music Group-owned Interscope Records. An inquiry for comment from Universal was not answered right away.

It doesn’t seem like Lamar has publicly addressed the song or the apology. A request for comment from Lamar’s representatives was not immediately answered.

A Sunrise, Florida concert featured Drake who appeared to react to Lamar’s verse. late March, as stated by Complex. He claimed to have his “head up high” and that he felt like no one could mess with him, telling the audience that he had been asked how he was feeling.

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