J. Cole said he regretted the track

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J. Cole said he already regrets releasing a Kendrick Lamar diss track in the midst of his ongoing beef with his fellow musician.
Videos posted on social media showed Cole talking to the crowd at Dreamville Festival on Sunday, two days after releasing his new album “Might Delete Later,” and apologizing for one of its songs, titled “7 Minute Drill.” “I’m so proud of (‘Might Delete Later’), except for one part,” he said.
“It’s one part of that sh*t that makes me feel like, man that’s the lamest sh*t I did in my f**king life, right?” He added: “I damn near had a relapse … I ain’t gonna lie to y’all.
The past two days have felt terrible.
It let me know how good I’ve been sleeping for the past 10 years.” In the song, Cole ripped Lamar with lyrics like “He averagin’ one hard verse like every 30 months or somethin’” and “He still doin’ shows, but fell off like the Simpsons.” It came after pair’s long-running rivalry intensified last October when Drake and J. Cole collaborated on the hit “First Person Shooter,” in which they implied that they were the “big three” of the hip-hop world, alongside Lamar.
Lamar apparently took exception to that and fired back in March, in a verse of Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That,” that there was no big three, “just big me.” This echoed his verse on Big Sean’s 2013 “Control,” in which he named his fellow rappers, saying “I got love for you all, but I’m tryna murder you.” Lamar later said in an interview with Hot 97’s “Cipha Sounds & Rosenberg” show that he was “saying that I’m the most hungry in this,” rather than making a statement about talent.
Two days after releasing the latest salvo in this back-and-forth, Cole apologized on stage and asked forgiveness for the “misstep” so that he “can get back to my true path.” “I want to say right now tonight, how many people think Kendrick Lamar is one of the greatest motherf**kers to ever touch a f**king microphone?” he said, while the audience cheered.

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D. J. Despite his ongoing feud with his fellow musician, Cole admitted that he already regrets dropping a diss track about Kendrick Lamar.

Videos shared on social media showed Cole addressing the Dreamville Festival audience on Sunday, just two days after the release of his new album “Might Delete Later,” in which he expressed regret for the song “7 Minute Drill.”. “.

“Aside from one scene, I’m really proud of (‘Might Delete Later’).”. That’s the one aspect of that that makes me think, “Man, that’s the lamest sh*t I did in my f**king life, right?”.

“I pretty much had a relapse… I ain’t gon’ lie to y’all,” he continued. I’ve felt awful for the last two days. For the previous ten years, it informed me of how well I had been sleeping. “.

Cole mocked Lamar in the song, using lines like “He averagin’ one hard verse like every 30 months or somethin'” and “He still doin’ shows, but fell off like the Simpsons’.”. “.

The long-standing rivalry between the two grew more intense in October of last year when Drake and J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar co-wrote the successful song “First Person Shooter,” in which they revealed themselves as part of the “big three” in hip-hop.

There was no big three, just big me, according to Lamar, who reportedly took offense to that and responded in a March verse of Future and Metro Boomin’s song “Like That.”. “.

This mirrored a line from Big Sean’s 2013 song “Control,” where he mentioned his fellow rappers and said, “I got love for you all, but I’m tryna murder you.”. Rather than making a claim about skill, Lamar later stated that he was “saying that I’m the most hungry in this” in an interview with Hot 97’s “Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg” program.

Cole issued an apology on stage two days after releasing the most recent blow in this back-and-forth, pleading for pardon so that he “may get back to my true path.”. “.

The crowd applauded as he said, “I want to say right now tonight, how many people think Kendrick Lamar is one of the greatest motherf**kers to ever touch a f**king microphone?”.

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